Top iPhone Apps to Help Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions
Those of you who made New Year’s resolutions are just about 3 weeks in – if you made it this far. There’s several different challenges, life-changing decisions, and experiences encountered when choosing one. Most people tend to change their eating habits and exercise more. However, many of us don’t stick to our resolutions and I believe it’s a lack of motivation and encouragement.
I have put together a list of apps that will help with different New Year’s resolutions based on categories.
These are all great apps that help you track what you’re eating on a daily basis. It allows you to set goals and see your progress. Fooducate is great to help educate you on what exactly you’re eating. Many people lack knowledge about certain ingredients in foods or misguided on what’s healthy vs not healthy.
Each app listed above is for all different types of workouts. From running to yoga to weight lifting to high-intensity cardio. Most of them allow you to customize your workouts or they give you a daily workout. It’s another way to get motivated and stay on track of your fitness goals.
Smoking is another horrible, unhealthy habit, which definitely fits under the “New Year’s Resolution” category. There’s plenty of apps that range from free to paid that will help you and/or your loved ones to hopefully stop forever!
These apps range from helping you make a budget, taking a percentage from your purchases to transfer to your savings, and finding the best deals around town! These are great tools to help you put some extra money in the bank.
Plan your trip from hotels, cars, flights to packing all the essentials! Kayak is by far one of my favorite apps to use. Everyone should have “traveling” as a New Year’s resolution!
And lastly, taking up new hobbies!
Keep a journal – Day One
Learn a new language – Duolingo
Cooking – How to Cook Everything
Run a marathon – Nike+ Running
Carrot – Similar to a bucket list.
Check out some of these apps to help with your New Year’s resolution! Hopefully you’re sticking to it thus far. Good luck!