One of the most popular and convenient apps for building good habits and killing bad ones. In fact, this is a calendar that allows you to create a schedule of activities and monitor your progress by day in detail.
First, you need to choose a goal - say, daily exercise or quitting smoking. The number of activities available for tracking is not limited - from switching to vegetarianism to regular breathing exercises, it all depends on your interests. Then it's worth mentioning the details: for example, how many cigarettes you want (or, let's be honest, you can) smoke in a day, or how many minutes you plan to spend in the gym per day. The days when everything worked out can be marked in green. And those when you gave up the slack - red.
At the end of the month, you can see how successful your struggle for a life without bad habits is going. If the calendar is replete with crimson - it is worth thinking about and rethinking the framework set for yourself.
A useful bonus is the ability to connect wearable devices to the application, for example, fitness trackers. Information about the number of steps and calories burned will be automatically entered into the program.
The main disadvantage of Habit Tracker, and of all similar programs, is the need to add all data (not counting sports data) manually. But since fighting habits is a struggle with yourself, it hardly makes sense to install such an application if you are not ready to be extremely honest in matters of self-improvement.
If for some reason you don't like the Habit Tracker interface, you can install Way of Life. It's almost the same thing, only with more descriptive statistics, presented mainly through beautiful graphs and charts.
An interesting application that will help you focus on the good things in life, which - in theory - will make you calmer and happier.
All you need to do is to mark the things and events that brought you positive emotions five times a day and enter them into the application. It's like a "social network" for your loved one - you can attach photos and descriptions to each post. "Therapy" lasts three weeks, and, according to the creators, during this time you will learn to pay less attention to what is annoying and look for joy in the little things. As noted by the Western media, this application is used by some celebrities, including Miranda Kerr.
Things I Didn't Buy
Salvation for shopaholics. If you tend to make impulsive purchases and then regret them - Things I Didn't Buy are made for you. The principle is as simple as a stick: the app calculates how much money you have saved without succumbing to temptation. We passed by "a pretty silver waffle iron, just like in that movie!" - entered its cost into the database. They resisted the "patented automatic mop of a renowned manufacturer" - they wrote down three thousand there. You can do the other way around - drive in here all the items that are far from necessary, but still purchased, so that later with pain you can see how many useful and necessary things you could buy with this money.
One of the few applications in which you can ask another person for advice and help in combating bad habits.
First you need to choose the category in which you want to become better. Each of them is, in fact, one large community of people who strive for the same goals and have indicated them in the application on their phone (something like “a group of anonymous lovers of staying up late”). You can freely ask questions to those who have already overcome themselves, or ask advice from those who also have a hard time - they are often answered by several users with different points of view.
The choice of activities is wide: there are those who want to learn how to play the guitar and master another language, or those who are struggling with excess weight or the habits of biting nails and spending hours updating the feed on social networks. It is worth flipping through the list of categories at least out of interest - what bad habits people have.
One of the main features of Coach.me: for an additional fee, it is easy to hire a personal trainer to help you get better. To top it off, the app will constantly slip you various motivating quotes like this: "Looking at the person standing on the top of the mountain, remember - he did not fall there."
If you cannot overcome a bad habit (or develop a useful one) "in an amicable way", you can go for radical methods - pay every time you break down and do not keep your word. Smoked a cigarette? Pass the top ten. Picked up your phone after twelve? Thanks from the developers for $ 5! And so on.
The bravest, the strongest, and the wealthiest can put up decent sums and force temptation to fight greed. The latter usually wins.
Stay Focusd is not an app, but a Google Chrome extension, which doesn't make it any less useful. It can automatically limit the time you spend browsing the web. The configuration is very flexible: you can specify the maximum time that you are supposed to spend surfing the network, mark certain sites, and so on.
Useful for those who cannot sleep until they try to scroll through the endless news feed in social networks to the end.>