Google Docs: The Google Docs
app allows me to access and edit
documents on multiple devices.
Since everything is automatically
saved to the web, I know that I can revisit
documents later via my computer, picking up
from where I left off. It’s saved me on numerous occasions when I’ve had a matter of
moments to make amends, like fixing pesky
LinkedIn: Along with the usual so-
cial media channels, I’m extremely
active on LinkedIn. The LinkedIn
app makes keeping up to date
with requests and new conversations super
easy, and it’s also really useful for effectively
tracking people down and making valuable
MINDBODY: I use this to sched-
ule my exercise classes. Since
it provides a full timetable of my
favorite venues and classes, I can
pick the ones that fit into my hectic schedule
and then book them with a single click.
Spotify: Spotify ensures that I
have my favorite music available
wherever I go. This is especially
useful when I’m driving long dis-
tances to visit clients, as I can play my care-
fully curated playlists!
Microsoft Outlook: An obvious
one, but the Outlook app ensures
I can access my inbox and re-
spond to emails on the go. I use
this alongside the integral Mail app, which I
use exclusively for personal emails. It’s al-
ways good to keep these inboxes separate!
Calendar: I split my Calendar into
four key sections: Work, Home,
Finances, and Fitness. I use Work
for my daily schedule, Home for
key events that may be taking place (as well
as social plans), Finances for invoices that
are to be paid in/paid out, and Fitness to
organize my workout classes.
Location: Yorkshire, United Kingdom
One-Line Bio: Amy is a self-employed copywriter and content specialist.
She works with a wide range of clients, creating content for their web-
sites and social channels, and working closely with their staff to improve
their content marketing strategies. You can find out more about her busi-
ness here: www.naturallycontent.co.uk.