5 Brilliant Apps to Help You Build Good Habits
We all have bad habits and long-term goals that we’re looking to build up to. But we know there’s a big difference between saying – for example – that you want to quit smoking, and actually doing it. One of the best ways to achieve a goal like that is to create habits that you can practice and track daily that build up to the larger achievement.
The good news is that there are some brilliant apps to help you build great daily habits, so here are some of our favourites:
Way of Life This app allows you to track, identify and change your habits, and best of all, it takes under a minute to do so. As you collect more and more information using Way of Life, you’ll begin to see positive and negative trends in your lifestyle, and from there, you’ll be able to start making positive changes that really make a difference!
Goal Streaks There’s an Indian proverb that asks what’s the best way to eat an elephant? The answer, of course, is one bite at a time. While we don’t condone the eating of elephants, we do agree that building a good habit means building your new behavior into a daily routine. Your biggest challenge will always be perseverance, and this app helps you see your daily progress, encouraging you to stick with it for longer and longer streaks.
CheckMark Goals This is a simple, free and best of all, an ad-free app that helps you take care of your daily goals in the simplest possible way: tick box lists. If you’re the sort of person who writes lists and lists of to-do tasks, then this could be a brilliant way to make sure you take care of what needs to be done today; not tomorrow. Not the day after. Check it out.
Coach.me This fully featured habit-building app started out as a simple ‘don’t break the chain’ style app, but has now evolved into something that’s much more. With a large, helpful community and over 700 real life/habit coaches on staff to educate you through the app and find positive solutions to your problems, this is an app for those who are serious about fixing their problems, and aren’t afraid to spend a bit of cash to do so.
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