Email has been the subject of many articles, and with good reason. It has been an important communication medium for more than 20 years. Still, many people do not use it well. 

“I dropped by to remind you about the voicemail I left three days ago reminding you about the message I left with the receptionist last week to remind you about the email I sent 10 days ago to remind you of the other five emails over the last two weeks from which I have heard no response.”

Teresa Carden, who is organizing the event, said Thursday that because the possibility of rain this evening the music portion of the “Evening of Amore” fundraiser has been postponed until March 19.

The to-do list is the friend of the organized person. It may be paper or it may be digital. Regardless, this tool serves as a magical steel trap for the plans we make and outpaces the strongest memory. Whatever goes on the list stays there until it gets crossed off.

If you use Evernote, a significant new feature is rolling out over the next few weeks. If you have an Evernote account but don’t know how to use it, this may be a good time to blow off the dust. If you have no idea what Evernote is, there’s no better time like the present to learn.