Calendar Apps for Making the Most of Your Day

Everyone and every day has a different schedule. With to-do lists, meetings, birthdays and events, it’s easy to feel like there aren’t enough hours in the day for your busy schedule. One of the best ways to manage this stress is to keep a personal calendar, and with these apps, it’s easier than ever for you to keep up with. So, make the most of every day and get organized!

Cal (Android, iOS)

Need help balancing work, life and me time? Cal by Any.do is an intuitive calendar app that makes it easy to complete schedules and tasks. With Cal, you can create events, find a place to meet and invite anyone you want. The app can recognize who you want to meet with and where you should go based on your habits. You will never miss a birthday and can celebrate your family and friends directly from the app. Cal integrates other apps such as Any.do, Google Maps, Uber and more for going about your day with ultimate efficiency.

Tiny Calendar (Android, iOS)

Tiny Calendar has tiny in its name, but there is nothing tiny about the abilities of this calendar app. Tiny Calendar by Appxy, has a simple and easy to navigate design that integrates seamlessly with your Google Calendar. It provides eight standard views to fit your specific preferences including day, week, month, 4-days, year, mini-month, week agenda and agenda views. Whether you are online or offline, you can still edit your calendar. Your changes will cache while offline and then automatically sync with your Google Calendar when you get back online.

Jorte (Android, iOS)

Have you always preferred a paper organizer over a digital one? If so, we challenge you to check out Jorte. Jorte is an app that was developed with the ease of using paper organizers in mind. The app is much more than just a calendar and contains an extensive variety of customizable features. You can create diary entries with photos, change calendar themes, create event calendars, sync multiple calendars and more. Jorte is also interactive, so you can invite others to follow your calendars, or you can follow calendars that interest you.

 

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Apps for Expanding Your Art Skills

Art class is in the palm of your hand with these apps that will teach you basic art skills whether you are at home or on the go. If you are a pro, these apps can help you sharpen your drawing skills, but if you’re a novice, they can help you reach your artistic goals! From people to animals to trees to planes, you will learn to create your own artful masterpieces.

How to Draw (Android, iOS)

What do cars, penguins, fairies or flowers have in common? Well nothing…but with the How to Draw app you can learn to draw all of them, plus many more! You’ll have a personal art teacher on your smartphone. Each drawing includes numbered steps that are easy to follow and guide you through the drawing process. Starting with simple lines and shapes, you will learn to create a full variety of objects and images.

Handy (Android, iOS)

Hands, heads and feet, oh my! Say goodbye to six-toed feet and disproportionate ears. With Handy you can learn how to draw lifelike hands, heads and feet. Rotate and light each 3D image to fit the perfect pose or position for your drawing. Whether you are an experienced painter or just enjoy drawing as pastime, Handy is guaranteed to help you bring your art to life.

Pose 3D Tool (Android, iOS)

Drawing lifelike people can be very difficult, but with the Pose 3D Tool by Alien Think, you will be able to turn your stick figures into realistic people. Whether you are looking for an average pose or one that is way out of the ordinary, the app allows you to customize male or female figures into the perfect pose to fit your project. Want to draw something besides people? Alien Think also has a variety of other versions to download for horses, dogs, elephants and more.

 

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Getting to Know Cellular Sales: Mike Wiseman

  1. What do you do for Cellular Sales?

    Mike Wiseman

I am a multimedia engineer. I produce, shoot and edit video projects for the company. I also help with the Bright Signs Network and work on finding new and innovative ways to engage our customers through different media platforms.

  1. What do you enjoy about working at Cellular Sales?

We have a very relaxed and productive environment in which we can explore different creative opportunities and ideas. That’s hard to find in a job nowadays. We are given a lot of creative freedom when crafting messages either internally or for our customers. Every day presents a new challenge to conquer and another opportunity to produce a memorable video project.

  1. Can you share a particularly satisfying experience or proud moment from work?

Although I’ve had tons of amazing, once-in-a-lifetime experiences in my career (I have been very blessed and/or lucky), my proudest moment by far was winning an Emmy in 2012 for my work in live television production (different job). I’ve been nominated several times, but that was my first win.

  1. What do you like about Cellular Sales that sets it apart from other companies?

The comradery and family-like atmosphere. Although we are a large company with a reach all across the country, it still feels like I’m working with friends and family. There are tons of opportunities for advancement in the company, and the only limitations are the ones you put on yourself.

  1. What was the most unusual, interesting or fun job you had prior to joining Cellular Sales?

It’s actually a tie between two specific instances. While working on a documentary, I had to stand guard outside of a men’s restroom so Corey Feldman could use the facilities….er, in private. Apparently, he is hassled a lot in bathrooms. The other was when I had to drive Jay-Z around Memphis all day while working for MTV. He is one of the most down-to-Earth guys I have ever met. I even got to hang with him at the after-party.

  1. What are some of your hobbies?

Reading, meditation & general tomfoolery.

  1. Do you have a good story about your team or something funny that happened at work?

I wish I did.  Sadly, I am very boring.

  1. What kind of phone do you use?

iPhone 6S

  1. How did you end up working for Cellular Sales?

I started out as an independent contractor. I produced a couple of video projects for Cellular Sales, and once it was discovered that there was a greater need for video projects, I was offered an amazing opportunity. It’s one of the best career moves I have ever made.

  1. How are you different now than when you began your career with Cellular Sales?

I’m still getting my sea legs on the USS Cellular Sales. I’ve only been here about a year and a half, so I don’t think I’ve been here long enough to notice anything worth mentioning (see answer to question 7 lol)

  1. Where do you see yourself or hope to be in the next five years?

Retired & drinking white Russians in some Key West bungalow. I also plan on hiking both the Appalachian Trail and the Pacific Coast Highway before I croak.

 

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