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5 Free Apps To Help You Keep Your New Year’s...

5 Free Apps To Help You Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

With a new year comes change, opportunities, and challenges. Did you happen to promise to exercise at least 4 times a week? Are you making a resolution to eat less carbs? Is saving money enough to make your first investment one of your 2018 goals? Keeping new year’s resolutions can be tricky with so many distractions flying around. So it’s a good thing you’ve got your phone on you 24/7 because there are hundreds of apps to help make all your plans a reality this year.

Scroll down below for 5 of our top picks to download.

For getting fit..

8fit app

8fit is an all-in-one tool/mobile personal trainer that lets you track specific goals like losing fat and toning muscles with workout routines and also helps you monitor what you eat by letting you build custom meal plans that come with recipes.

For eating right..

SideChef app

Whether you want to make healthy dishes or you just want to learn to cook in general, SideChef offers step-by-step photos and instructions to make cooking fun and easy. You can even search and browse by ingredient, cuisine, and diet.

For learning something new..

Duolingo app

Duolingo is the go-to app for learning how to speak, read, listen, and write in new languages such as French, Spanish, Italian, and even English. If you’re traveling to some place new this year, then this is probably the best way to prepare.

For budgeting money..

Mobills app

If you’re looking to make changes with how you spend your money, Mobills tracks your savings and sorts out all your expenses in one place. With this, you can work out how you can budget your money and see what items you’ve been spending too much money on.

For changing old habits and making better ones..

Habit-Tracker-app

HabitBull (on iOS) or Habit Tracker (on Android) is designed to turn your new year’s resolutions into healthy habits. Whether you want to increase your daily water intake or stop smoking, it lets you track your own goals and gives yourself reminders to give you that extra push.

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