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If you’ve read this blog more than once, you probably know how much I love all things planning and organization. 😉
I love my planner, my journals, my notebooks, and all of that fun stuff. But I was getting tired of having SO many half-filled notebooks and planners laying around that I kept forgetting to use.
One big thing I want to do differently in 2019 is to make things more simple. So, I got more organized.
I was searching for a good app to use for reaching goals so I tried out quite a few different ones. Today I thought I’d share my 5 favorites, in case you’re in need of one too.
Whether you’re trying to reach a savings goal, a weight loss goal, a career goal, or something else – these are the 5 best apps to help you reach your goals!Whether you're trying to reach a savings goal, a weight loss goal, a career goal, or something else - these are the 5 best apps to help you reach your goals! Click To Tweet
Remente is definitely my favorite app for reaching goals. It’s 100% worth the money to upgrade to the paid version too! Remente helps you set goals, gives little courses and challenges to help you achieve those goals, allows you to track your level 10 life, track how your days go, and so much more. It’s such a great app for self-improvement. It’s actually the one that I decided to stick with!
goalmap was my second favorite app that I tried out. It allows you to set goals and it even has a “goal store” with different goals for you to browse if you’d like some ideas. It’s also super detailed about setting those goals. For example, if you want to eat more fruits and veggies, it lets you choose how many servings you’d like to eat per day and you can set it to remind you when to eat them. It also provides programs and tips to help you reach your goals, and communities to talk to for support in different areas such as relationships, time management, career, and more. Definitely a great app!
Strides is a great app for habit tracking. If there are multiple daily habits that you’re trying to build, you can track all of them with Strides. You can also view your stats to see how you’re doing with each of your habits long-term, like how many days in a row you’ve been doing each habit, what your longest streak is for doing each habit, and what your success rate is. Plus, there are motivational images and discussion forums!
I want to point out that I didn’t use Strides to track habits, though. I used it to make sure that I was doing something every day to work on a couple of different goals. So, you can use it for that too!
Goalify is another good app for building habits. You have a few options when using this app to set goals. You can set a “flex goal” – like writing a book – where you can add the steps you need to take to complete that goal. You can set to-do’s or repetitive tasks that you do on the daily, like washing dishes. What’s really cool to me is that you can also set an “avoid goal” or “limit goal” such as avoiding soft drinks or limiting yourself to just one cup of coffee. That’s what made this app stand out to me!
5- My Journey
My Journey is a pretty simple app, but it’s still super helpful! You can set your goals, then “map” them by entering however many steps you need to take to reach them. Then for each step, you can add the smaller steps you need to take to achieve them. It’s a great app for really breaking your goals down into however many tasks you need to complete in order to achieve them.