The beginning of the new year is a good occasion for many to start setting new goals and building better habits. There are those who try to improve their healthy and nutritional habits, and there are those who decide to get additional sleeping hours, and those who decide to search for inner peace. All these decisions for the new year can be easily achieved now with the help of some technical tools and applications.

App stores have many apps that help you track your habits daily, to help you set goals and achieve them throughout the year.

Here are 3 apps that help you build better habits during 2020:

  1. Grow app:
  2. Grow is simple, it only takes a few seconds to add a new habit, and after doing that you can add as many other things as you like. You can set start and end dates for your goals, and specific times during the day to work towards, and as you continue, you will see a tree that gradually grows with each day that you come close to achieving them.

    The app is freely available for Android device users on the Google Play Store, but it is not available for iOS users.

  3. Habitshare app:
  4. Habitshare allows you to track your habits with the participation of friends, as it includes messaging options that allow you to communicate with friends in real time. This helps you get motivation from your friends, so that your goals become collective efforts. You can also stop sharing and maintain your privacy.

    The app is freely available for Android device users on the Google Play Store, and for iPhone and iPad users via the App Store.

  5. StickK app:
  6. Designed by behavioral economist and law professor from Yale University, StickK app is designed to motivate and assist individuals in achieving their goals by leveraging the power of financial and social accountability.

    Upon logging in to the application, you will be prompted to:

    • Determine your goal (weight loss, self-development, meditation, project completion …) and then set a timetable for achieving it.
    • Invite someone (a friend, coworker, or family member) to hold you accountable and check your progress.
    • Putting a sum of money withdrawn from you in case of non-compliance, and it will be sent to a charitable organization where the application includes a list of more than 20 charitable organizations.

    The app is freely available for Android device users on the Google Play Store, and for iPhone and iPad users via the App Store.

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