Disclosure: I am a Straight Talk Tester. This is a sponsored post. All thoughts and opinions are purely my own. It is September! Can you believe we have less than 14 Fridays til Christmas?! Pretty nuts, eh?
I am always threatened by the possibility of disorganization during this time. Getting used to the routine after summer break can take a toll on my organizational skills.
Thankfully, I am well on my way to maintaining some semblance of sanity! Not only do I have Organizada to keep me company but my Straight Talk plan keeps me connected to all things that align to keep me organized.
Whether its meetings, conferences or sitting in carpool, I can count on my 5 GB* of high speed data to keep me connected without the wait of the lag (yes, the $45 unlimited plan gives me that much data every 30 days. Can you believe it?).
I have an iPhone 6 and have the pleasure of being able to connect to my OneNote files directly from my phone while I’m on the run.
I also have access to my documents from my phone which means if I decide to escape and head over to the coffee shop for a quick break and get inspiration, I can write at will! I don’t know about you but sometimes inspiration strikes at the most inopportune moments. Which is why I am even more grateful for the great connectivity I get on the mamiPhone. Sure, I can write on a napkin but half the time I can’t remember where I left off which is why having access and great connectivity to my files is imperative.
I don’t have to wait to get home, I don’t have to bring my Surface with me, I organize on the run! This is how I flow these days.
I am grateful to be able to have the tools in-hand to keep my ducks in a row. How do you use your phone to stay organized?
DISCLAIMER: *At 2G speeds, the functionality of some data applications such as streaming video or audio may be affected. All currently active Straight Talk BYOP customers will also receive the first 5 GB Data at High Speeds at the start of their next 30 day cycle. Please refer always to the Terms and Conditions of Service at StraightTalk.com