If you’re like most of the people on the planet, some of your resolutions might revolve around living a healthier life, learning new things, quitting some bad habits and more. While those aren’t easy for anyone, some apps could help you ensure that you have the best chance to be able to stick with your resolutions and come out the end of 2021 happier and healthier than ever before.
Meditate with Headspace
If you have been too stressed out and want to improve your focus, then a Headspace, a meditation application might be the right fit. The app can take you through the basics of meditation and also help you track your progress. It also has a buddy system, using which friends can compete and keep each other motivated. After the 10-minute Take10 sessions, you can continue with a range of guided meditation techniques. You will also be able to download the sessions for offline use. There’s also a premium membership available, in case you want to take it to the next level.
Quit Smoking with QuitNow
If you have been trying hard to quit smoking but haven’t been successful and one of your resolutions is to stop smoking, then QuittNow can make your difficult task easier. QuitNow is one of those motivational applications which can help you to quit by reminding you of when you quit and serving up a variety of reasons to keep going. Further, one can see how long it’s been since you smoked your last, the number of cigarettes you haven’t smoked, how your health has improved, and tons more.
Learn with Duolingo
So if you’re looking to learn a language? Well, we have a solution for you. We recommend you try Duolingo. This app can help you learn in the form of short, lesson-orientated bursts. One can learn at a gradual pace, too, and even practice with your friends. There are over 23 different languages to choose from including Spanish, Italian, French, German, Russian, Greek, and more. Duolingo is one of the best language-learning apps out there available in the market.
Save with Qapital
If you’re not one of those money-saving freaks and would like to save some for yourself in the upcoming year, Qapital might work for you. It works by linking to your savings account, then uses IFTTT (if this then that) rules to trigger the transfer of money every time the user performs a specific task. For instance, if you’re addicted to purchasing games, you can set up the app to save Rs.500 every time you buy from the game store. Additionally, there’s also a freelancer rule, which can set aside a certain percentage for tax every time you get paid, and provide alerts when cash is tight.
With that said, how motivated are you for the upcoming year? Do let us know by dropping a comment down below.