Like most twenty year olds, I spend a big part of my day on my iPhone. I love having everything completely organized on my phone and I have an app for pretty much everything. Here are some of my favorite ones that keep me organized and healthy in some way.
This app offers so many workouts that vary from 5 to 60 minutes. You can set the time for the workout and it will give you different exercises to do, each for 30 seconds. I usually use it for a quick 10 minute ab workout that can be done anywhere.
You can set up to 6 daily goals on this app and then check it off every day that you achieve your goal. This is helpful because once you get on a roll you won’t want to break your streak, so you’ll work harder to keep going. I use this app for things like drinking 8 cups of water a day or getting 7 hours of sleep every night so I can track my progress and know when I am slipping up.
This is my favorite app for keeping track of my money. You can set different budgets and then track anything you spend or receive, with notes to give details.
This app is great for people who are new to meditating. It has different collections of guided meditations for every mood, such as stress, sleep, happiness, or confidence. The meditations vary from 2 minutes to 30 minutes so you can take a quick break or do a longer session depending on how you’re feeling.
This is the only app I use to organize my school assignments. It’s much quicker than writing everything down in a planner, and you can sort assignments based on due date or the class so it is simple to see what needs to be done and when.
Most people have probably heard of or used this app but it’s still my favorite for recording my food. I almost always record my calories to keep on track with my fitness goals and MyFitnessPal makes it really easy to see how much I am eating and how many calories I have left for the day.
5 Minute Journal
Gratitude is known to increase your happiness and this app makes it especially easy to be grateful. The 5 Minute Journal has questions at the beginning and end of every day for you to write down what you are grateful for and the good things that happened throughout the day. It’s an effortless way to journal without taking up too much time.
What do you think of these apps? Let me know if you download any of them!