Set A Schedule To Take Control Of Your Finances

Getting your money under control requires organisation, and the key to good financial organisation is to work to a schedule. Here are the essential elements you need to consider to set up your own money management schedule.

Todoist For iPhone And iPad Adds Themes, Intelligent Input

iOS: The latest version of Todoist brings some useful new features to an already feature-packed app. A new, single “quick add” bar lets you type your task along with due dates and labels, and the app’s intelligent input organises everything for you. Multi-item editing is new, as are colourful themes to personalise your view.

April Fools' Day 2015 Spoilers: All The Fake Stories And Pranks Revealed

Every year, April Fools’ Day is marked not only by pranks played on colleagues and friends, but by false news stories and product announcements. We’ve rounded up 2015’s April Fools’ malarkey, including a full gallery of celebrities shopping with Kogan (hi Kanye!), videos galore and the ones that turned out to be true — yes, you really can play Pac-Man on Google Maps.

Briefly: 15 Cent Android Games, Cheap Curved Monitor, Kayla Itsines Fitness Tips

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Get 15 games off Google Play for 15 cents each, how Tesla CEO Elon Musk used to live off a dollar a day.

Use 'Collection Management Policies' To Curate Your Collectibles

Whether you have a formal collection or just a bunch of things, all that stuff can overwhelm you. Even if you don’t have museum-quality items, setting some policies can help keep it all in check.

Briefly: 60% Off Bonds Clothing, New James Bond Trailer, 4K YouTube

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Get 60 per cent off Bonds clothing at Target, first trailer released for Fear The Walking Dead, YouTube debuts 4K videos.

Last Week's 10 Biggest Posts

Netflix finally launched in Australia and readers wanted to know everything about it, from the pricing to the range of movies to how to tweak it. And then you all wanted to have sex in the shower, apparently. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:

Briefly: Cheap PlayStation Games, Baby Macarons, Bloodbourne Launch

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Get up to 75 per cent off video games at the PlayStation Store, inside Kotaku’s Bloodbourne launch, the astonishingly tiny art of Tomo Tanaka.

Google Keep Adds Labels And Recurring Reminders

Keep, the slim-but-handy note-taking app from Google, has received a useful update today that adds two features: labels, so your notes can finally be more organised, and recurring reminders, so you can remember to actually use those notes.

Briefly: Entourage Movie Trailer, Electro Zelda, Slender Man 101

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Watch the Entourage movie trailer, a brief history of the “Slender Man” phenomena, in Soviet Russia, McMufins eat YOU.