Every morning you arrive into your office and unroll an endless scroll of things to do: reply to e-mails, make sure your social networks are up-to-date, communicate with your team, organize projects, tasks of the day, meetings, stay in touch with the partners, and so on. Every single day you are probably overwhelmed by a myriad of things to do, to organize, and to remember. Don’t panic! A wave of technological tools is ready to save you. Knowing how to swim in the sea of new technologies could make your life and your business easier and better organized. 
Here are some apps and tools that will help you to get an ideal work-life balance, or nearly:
- Trello is a free web-based project management tool from New York City. The visual platform acts like a virtual cork board on which you can create lists with different content and task, helping you get organized. When you open a card, you can add comments, upload files, create checklists, and more. 
- UberConference is a video conferencing app that provides everything you need for effective and stress free online meetings. The platform allows users to make conference calling connected on any device, from everywhere. 
- Slack is an innovative application available on any device for team collaboration in small and large companies. Created in 2014, it brings together people, information, and tools to carry out projects communication and team collaboration. 
- Todoist is a productivity app that helps people organize things to do. The app keeps track of everything: tasks, commissions, projects, and goals all in one place. Todoist helps to no worry about forgetting things and puts all the activities on to-do list anytime, anywhere, synchronising across all devices and integrating with all apps, even offline. 
- Sproutsocial was founded in 2010 with the idea to create a social media management tool. The platform allows brands communicate with customers through social channels, identify influencers, pinpoint the ideal times to engage your customers, and will show you the data that backs this up.