Now being the 14th January most of us will have started these new years resolutions like getting on a diet, visit the gym or even quit smoking among others. Now being two weeks into the new year you will see many of your friends and family will have already broken them resolutions. For those who are still keeping them here are 10 apps that might give you that helping hand.
Headspace is an app that aims to make meditation accessible to everyone through guided meditation. The app helps users breath, focus, relax and sleep, meditation is widely known for providing great benefits such as relieving stress, strengthening focus and improving sleep. Headspace is a great way for users to take their self-care more seriously in the New Year.
Is one of your New Year’s resolutions to get more sleep and stop the endless scrolling through Instagram before bed? Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock is an intelligent alarm clock that tracks your sleep patterns and wakes you up in light sleep, helping you to feel more rested and energised.
Leading messaging app Viber, connects over 900 million users around the globe and is a digital platform that provides users with access to supportive online communities and groups. Online communities are a great way in which people can hold themselves accountable and seek motivation from likeminded individuals. Group chats can offer vital peer-to-peer support around areas such as fitness, cooking and book recommendations. Viber Chabot Forksy, helps you eat healthy foods and provides users with a detailed food diary that features calories and a breakdown of foods that users have consumed.
Streaks is a to-do list that helps you form good habits, and an essential app to hold you accountable to all your New Year’s goals. The app allows you to track up to twelve tasks you want to complete each day and the goal is to build a streak of consecutive days. Whether it is going for a run, reading a chapter of a book or quitting smoking – Streaks can help you keep track of these tasks.
Whether you want to lose weight, tone up, get healthy or change your habits, MyFitnessPal can help you achieve your fitness goals in 2019. The health and fitness app allows you to track foods that you consume, reach your weight loss goals, log your workouts and steps as well as monitor your progress to see how you’ve improved over time.
Momentum is a handy habit tracker that boosts your willpower and helps you to keep on track to reach your New Year’s goals. You can set yourself up for success in 2019 by using the app to set reminders until your habits become automatic.
Whether you’re looking to date more, meet more friends or widen your network in 2019, Bumble is the app for you! Bumble date, allows users to form meaningful relationships in a respectful way. If your new to your city or want to find more friends with similar hobbies Bumble BFF is the easiest way to do this. Bumble Bizz is a great feature to build your network, find mentors and care for new career opportunities.
Mint is a free money management and financial tracker app that helps you get ahead and stay ahead. Mint is a great app to help you save more money this year, the app helps you bring together your bank accounts, credit cards, bill, and investments in one place. The app allows you to see what you’re spending and where you can save money.
Boxx is an essential app for those looking to try new and exciting ways to exercise more in the New Year. The app allows you to access cardio, body weight and Yoga sessions wherever and whenever on your mobile, online or stream to your TV.
If you’re looking to learn a new skill, work on your self-development or fill your evenings, Duolingo is a free language learning app with over 30 languages to choose from. The app personalises every lesson to its users, where you can practice reading, writing, speaking, listening and conversation with intelligent chatbots.
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