The winners of the one-year subscription to the Premium version of Evernote have been chosen. Asked to share their biggest organizational challenge, here are the winners and their responses:
My biggest organizational challenge is time and feeling I don’t have enough of it… that comes down to prioritizing tasks and to dos, I am not doing that well. I’d love to have segmented time for my professional life as a photographer and time for my quilting/sewing life. I’ve never used Evernote – it sounds interesting.
#14 Bradie Sparrow
I LOVE making lists. on paper. in text files. in my daytimer. everywhere. Evernote helps me keep it all in one place. Once I put it into evernote, I never have to question the location of my notes or lists! I am confident I will never find evernote crumpled up in the fist of a small child. :)
My biggest organizational challenge is simply me and everything I do. I need help with photos, magazines, patterns, the linen closet, and my craft room. I think the only semi-organized area of the house is the kitchen and even that could use some help lol.
#34 Kathie L.
My challenge is keeping track of quilting ideas I see in blogs and websites. I need a place to put them to easily find them. Evernote sounds like a good solution. Kathie L in allentown
My greatest challenge is working 2 businesses. Our mom and pop appliance business and my longarm quilting business. Organizing my time and keeping my paper work in order are my challenges. And between my photos (personal and business) and my husbands hobby of collecting local area postcards, we need organizational help. Thank you Evernote for your generous donation!
Winners were chosen randomly. You can read the rest of the organizational challenge stories here. Emails have been sent to the winners.
Now if you didn’t win, don’t be discouraged. The free version of Evernote is still very powerful and an excellent tool. I used the free version for many months, before I decided to upgrade so that I could have more space and store different file types. Plus, I felt it was important to support the company financially that created such a great product. At just $45/year, it’s money well spent for me.
In case you missed it, last year I wrote an article for The Quilt Life outlining some of the ways I use Evernote: No more sticky notes: How Evernote organized my quilting life [PDF].
A huge thank you goes out to Evernote for the prizes donated to my blog readers.