If you often find yourself overwhelmed with the everyday tasks at hand, you might benefit from some lifehacking. If you don’t know what a lifehack is, it’s basically adopting a new strategy that organizes time and activities in a more efficient way. It’s easier now than ever to analyze data on things you do every day and use it to improve your lifestyle.
For example, if you’re always forgetting to turn on your thermostat, install a monitor from Nest and it’ll adjust your room temperature whether you’re at home or away. Money management sites like Mint or Yodlee MoneyCenter will analyze your spending habits and set financial goals so you stay on budget. Check out sites like http://lifehacker.com/, which offer tips, tricks and tool kits on topics ranging from financials to cooking to selling your stuff so that you can live your life better and smarter.