It’s January 2011.  The start of a new year always makes me want to become more organized.  I consider myself a fairly organized person, but there’s always room for improvement!  One way I like to keep organized is by utilizing free online task managers.  I’ve rounded up a bunch that may appeal to you if you’re seeking some more organization!

Cozi – Cozi is a mobile app and website that helps you manage the family schedule, organize shopping lists and to do lists, and capture favorite memories all in one place. Especially designed for the modern family, Cozi is accessible from any computer, mobile phone or tablet. And, since Cozi is shared, you only need one account for the whole family! Awesome app!

Remember the Milk – I used this one for quite a while and really enjoyed it.  It allows you to easily schedule upcoming events, when bills are due and even enables you to create ongoing lists, such as a chore list.  You can set it up so that you can get email, SMS or IM reminders.  You can even share your tasks with others, maybe remind your significant other to do their household chores? 🙂  Use the map to see where your tasks are located in the real world. See what’s nearby or on your way, and plan the best way to get things done.  Remember The Milk is available as an App, as an add on for Gmail, Twitter, Google Calendar and even Microsoft Outlook.  I’m thinking I should start using this again! – Not really a task manager, but it will help you get your finances in order! is now available in Canada.  This free program makes it really easy to create a budget, save for retirement, pay student loans and pay off debt.

30 Boxes – 30 Boxes describes themselves as “almost certainly the easiest way to share your calendar and your web stuff online. Organize your life, share all or parts of it with friends.”  It’s online calendar that could take the place of a normal wall calendar, if you’d like!

Evernote – Evernote makes it easy to remember things big and small from your everyday life using your computer, phone, tablet and the web.

Google Calendar – Google Calendar is a free time-management web application offered by Google.  You’re required to have a Google Account in order to use the software.  Manage your schedule online and coordinate with friends & family!  Here’s a great definition of Google Calendar on Wikipedia.

Free Printable Goal List Form – I thought I would add this free printable to the list as well.  Buttoned Up has made a free Goal List form that would make setting and completing goals easy!

More Free Printable Planners – Productive Flourishing has a ton of different planners for you to choose from.  Such as a Monthly Action Planner, the Productivity Jumpstarter, and a Productivity Heatmap.

Are you looking for some organization in 2014?  What’s one area you have the most difficulty with?  Do you know of any other free task managers out there?