Be Productive in 2015, Subscribe to Pocket, Everynote, LastPass and Wunderlist for $60

One of the most common New Years Resolutions is to be more productive in the new year. Well there are some ways to help you out with that. And the website has you covered. They are offering a killer pack of services for just $60.

First up is Pocket Premium, which is normally $44.95/year. "Pocket lets you save articles, videos, and web pages to view anytime, anywhere. Pocket Premium takes your productivity to the next level with powerful features designed to let you do more with the content you save." Then there's Evernote Premium which is usually $45/year. "Evernote Premium is built around your core daily tasks of writing, collecting information, and presenting your ideas. It's the modern way professionals get work done." There's also Wunderlist Pro which is normally $49.99/year, "Wunderlist is the easiest way to get stuff done. Whether you're organizing your work, sharing a shopping list with a loved one or planning an overseas adventure, Wunderlist is here to help you accomplish more." Finally we have LastPass which is normally priced at $9.99/year. "Remember your passwords, login to websites without typing, and organize your online life with LastPass. And with LastPass Premium, you can sync to all your computers and mobile devices, easily share logins, and access additional security features."

However that's not all. As an added incentive, they are giving you a 8-week subscription of The New York Times Digital for free. All that for just $59.99. Not bad at all, considering Evernote, Pocket, Wunderlist and LastPass would be about $150 separately. If you already use these services, this is definitely a productivity pack that you're going to want to check out, if not buy. Definitely worth the price. Although I wish Todoist Premium was part of this package, I prefer that over Wunderlist. But its still a great pack here.

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