2017 has already started but you are not really too late to reflect about what has worked for you and what is not really cutting it. And, after much soul searching, if you have arrived at the conclusion that you need to be more organized in 2017 once and for all, then take my words you are not the only one. But the million dollar question is: how?

When it comes to making life more organized, there is no one-size-fits-all so you have to find out what works best for you.

“The key is not to prioritize what’s on your schedule, but to schedule your priorities.” – Stephen Covey, Famous American Author

Here is a list of 15 free productivity resources that can get you more organized in the coming year.

1. Google Drive

For those who swear by Google, Google Drive, which includes Google Spreadsheet and Google Docs, will make your life easy by sharing and editing a range of files. You can even share notes from within a document. It’s absolutely awesome to use. Give it a try!

2. IFTTT

IFTTT stands for ‘If This Then That.’ For those who are hooked on to social media, this cool resource allows various services and apps to connect and work together. You can create your IFTTT recipe to automatically upload your Instagram photos into your Google Drive account. The awesomeness of this resource is that it can be utilized in endless combinations!

3. Rescue time

You can install Rescue Time on your computer to track down which websites and programs you use the most. For those who want to track their time, it is one of the coolest tools that not only shows which program or website you are spending most of your time at but also shows in which hours you are least productive.

It will also show you the best and worst days of the week. If you buy the resource and become a premium user, you will have the ability to block out distracting sites. Use this tool to stay productive and organized in the New Year!

4. Toggl

Toogl is a time tracking resource that is extremely easy to use. You just need to click on the Toogl button and the timer will begin. You can easily track the time you take to complete various tasks. It also gives you a weekly report on your performance.

5. StayFocused

StayFocused is an extended and free version of Chrome that blocks distracting sites like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc while you are working. This tool can be customized – you can choose websites you want to block and the time for which you want it to remain blocked.

6. Chrome to Mobile

This unique extension of Chrome allows you to directly move the web pages and other things that you are surfing, to your phone. It helps you to stay organized and keep browsing the internet easily when on the move.

7. LastPass

It is an innovative resource that comes in handy for those who struggle to remember their passwords. For those who have a hard time handling too many accounts, this amazing resource remembers all your passwords, so you will not have to panic about remembering passwords anymore!

This tool can be used across several devices. It stores and audits passwords in your vault so that you can create more secure passwords. It is a secure tool to use. It uses multifactor authentication for your master password. By using this resource, you can definitely stay more organized in 2017!

8. Pocket

Have you ever come across an amazing content or video but you don’t have the time to check it out at that instant? For those who love blogs, Pocket is an easy-to-use resource that helps you save videos, images, songs, contents, etc to check out later. When you have some free time, you can open it on your mobile or computer and check them easily. This way you can keep your list and life organized!

10. Podkicker

If you are one of those podcast addicts, this is a must-use resource that will help you organize your subscriptions. It has an easy to use interface and above all its free! But you can also update to Podkicker Pro to get rid of unwanted ads.

10. ELance

Sometimes it can be really challenging to concentrate on jobs but imagine if you could make use of a resource that will do the job for you? If you want someone else to write your blogging content, Elance is the place to visit! You can sign up with the site for free. You have to pay them 10% of what you earn per project. You can try this resource once in a while when you want to hang out with friends or watch a movie without having to lose a client!

11. Hemingway

Do you have anyone to proofread your blog content after you are done with it? No? Don’t worry, here’s a cool resource that will check the grammatical errors, spelling mistakes, punctuation and sentence fragmentation of your content and highlight the errors so that you can rectify them. Give it a try and stay more organized and focused!

12. SaneBox

For those who need to keep their email organized, SaneBox has qualities like Sherlock! Yes, it can analyze your past and current mail activity to figure out which mail matters to you and which doesn’t. This resource helps in moving the less significant emails to SaneLater folder which you can retrieve when you have spare time. Unlike some other tools that completely banishe the unimportant emails, here they stay hidden. A perfect resource to stay organized!

Remember that merely signing up for these 15 free resources will not solve all your organization and productivity issues in an instant. Try picking one these resources and stay true to using it every day! If these apps are not of much help then check out the 5 minutes hacks to solve all your woes.