We’re nearly in 2017! And we don’t really want to talk about resolutions and stuff, because they aren’t very helpful. Most people don’t keep them, or even remember them.
But here are some cool apps that we help you challenge and improve yourself as the new year starts.
We think the main problems with trying to lose weight, is not knowing what to do, and not being about to see progress. Well, this handy app helps you on your weight loss journey. The biggest motivation to continue, is seeing your daily progress and you getting closer to your goal.
“Mint is the free, effortless way to manage your money in one place”. Couldn’t have said it better myself. The reason Mint has got so many users over the past few years, is because their app is amazing at helping you spot where you can cut down on spending and better improve your finances – well worth a try!
Get A Better Job
Some of us love our jobs (like me), but it can always be healthy to have a nose around at other opportunities. LinkedIn allows you to spend a few hours filling out your profile, and then the world can discover you and your strengths. They make it incredibly easy to find jobs according to your preferences, and you may even be approached by people with exciting opportunities, who have found your profile on LinkedIn.
Cut Down On Alcohol
I’m sure a lot of us may have had a cheeky tipple over the holiday season – maybe a couple more than you should have on some occasions. I won’t go into the details, but it can be scientifically argued that you’re healthier, and you feel better, if you drink less alcohol. So if you’re looking to cut down, this app helps you track how much you’re drinking, and how much it is costing you. It guilts you into cutting down – which is a good thing if that’s what you’re trying to do.
What a weird concept, but what a useful one. This app pays you to stick to your goals and plans! How? Well, if you don’t stick to them, you’ll get charged. Basically, it is monetary motivation to stick to your plans and achieve your goals. Give it a go in 2017!
Any other apps that help you improve yourself? Let us know in the comments.