Apps & Books


Apps for Smart Phones

Organization/Project Management:

  • Springpad: If you love pinterest and need something to organize your life this is it. Also helpful if you love sorting things into folders
  • Calendar with life planning tools. They’re slowly building their app family to compete with Evernote
  • Evernote: This app takes your to-do list to a whole new level. Unique from others as it has a “family” of apps
  • Trello: “Card” themed to-do list and has similar features to Wunderlust
  • Wunderlust: A simple and clean cut to-do list app. You can assign tasks to others and add extra tasks under an item in a to-do list
  • iStudiez Lite: Take charge of your schedule. Track tasks and deadlines, plan homework, arrange assignments and more


  • StudyBlue: Flashcards at your fingertips. This includes a searchable flashcard database by subject
  • It’s Focus Time!: Test out the pomodoro technique and see if it helps keep you focused on the task at hand
  • Scribd: The world’s largest document sharing library


  • Lift: Achieve your goals through developing good habits. Track your progress on a daily, weekly, monthly basis
  • TED: Get inspired through watching a variety of TED Talks videos. Look through videos focused on your career choice or subject you are studying

Language Learning:

  • Duolingo: Perfect if you want to learn a new language, practice one you know, or practice one you are learning in class


The Peer Education Center offers a library to students that covers a wide variety of topics. Some titles include but are not limited to, “College Safety 101,” “The Five Love Languages,” and “The Art of Growing Up.”

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Gustie Guide to Enhancing Wellbeing

Use this guide to help you dream big and create an actionable plan to enhance your wellbeing. Enjoy!