James Waygood studied BA(Hons) Accounting & Law at The University of Manchester. Graduating in 2007. He went on to work in student support at British and American universities for 10 years.
Congratulations! You made it to university and things are going great. You’ve been out partying, socializing, and trying out different clubs, sports, and societies. You might have even been to some lectures and seminars. But things are finally starting to settle down and now the studying has begun, and you need to tackle that rather long reading list.
Pen and paper shopping lists are good, but they could be better. When you make a paper shopping list, it’s mainly just for you. But what if you’re planning on sharing your shopping list? That’s why Listonic has some great features that make shopping list sharing super effective.
Do you wish you had an extra hour every day? Who doesn’t! But even if you had it, we bet you won’t want to spend it making shopping lists. However, if you were to make shopping lists, Listonic can make the process quick and easy, giving more time to do the things you love. This guide will show you how to save time by using some of Listonic’s ingenious features. It will also improve your time management whilst doing the shopping by helping you stay focused, and avoid temptation and distractions.
We’re all a bit lazy sometimes. Despite it being super quick to make a new shopping list in Listonic, sometimes all that typing and taping can feel a bit much. However, there’s a quicker and even easier way to create shopping lists: using voice recognition!
Tick tock. The time on ordinary watches is running out, especially when smartwatches can do many incredible things. You can even make a grocery list using our smartwatch shopping list app. In fact, using your grocery list on your smartwatch is not only easy and impressive, but it can also be used to save time when making a list and even when shopping.