Asana may not be the meaning of life, but it gets pretty close to it. Rarely have I seen a service that can assist pretty much every aspect of a lifestyle from the basics to complete bells and whistles events.
I first came across Asana many years ago when I reviewed it for my previous blog, Web2 and More. Back then I abandoned it in favour of Todoist, a service I still use today as a premium subscriber. I have waxed lyrically about Todoist here on many occasions and I cannot see me replacing it any time soon. Since then Asana has grown into a fully-fledged project management system. Its ingenious design and developed modules mean you can utilise it at pretty much any experience level you wish.