There is a lot of reasons to love New Year’s Eve and for us it’s one of excitement thanks to the idea of a new start and looking ahead for things happening in the next year. This is the time to think about New Year resolutions as well, so for 2014 you can do this with a number of apps and today we wanted to feature a few.
No matter what your New Year’s resolutions will be, there is an app to help you make them happen and reach your goals personally set for 2014.
Below we have featured a few apps that focus on different categories for setting New Year resolutions and these apps will help you finance better, Organize better, lose weight, plan the perfect vacation, find a new job, eat healthy, quit smoking, stop procrastination, find love and much more.
2014 New Year’s resolutions by app – some times a break is all we need when thinking about the year ahead and one app that will certainly help plan the perfect vacation is TripAdvisor. This app is for one of the most popular travel websites and you can find the TripAdvisor app for Android on Google play and for iPhone or iOS on iTunes.
The Finish app for iPhone and iPad will help you complete your goals and start them. This iOS app is much more than a normal to-do app and is also a 2013 Apple Design Award Winner, so head to iTunes to find out how Finish will end procrastination and learn how you naturally think.
If fitness is your focus in 2014 then get fit with the new Fitbit app that features MobileTrack to take advantage of Apple’s iPhone 5S motion chip, although the app is still worth downloading if you have another iOS or Android device. You can also try Lose It, Nutrino, and Fooducate if you really want help with losing weight and eating better in 2014.
New Year’s resolutions about connecting with friends and families can be aided by the Back in touch iOS app. The application reminds you about acquaintances, family and friends that you might have forgotten and aims to help you connect. This sounds good if you need an app for that task, although sadly they are charging you for this service at just under $2.
One of the biggest New Year’s resolutions will always be to quit smoking and an interesting app called Smoke Free can help. This app aims to help you stop smoking and give up for good, but it helps you with this task in a very different way and the app starts out by asking users questions about craving to help researchers understand. There’s some very insightful information found within the Smoke Free app for iPhone and iPad, which is helped more with the very high ratings from users on iTunes.
Finding a job has certainly got a lot harder in many parts of the world and a job for life is a thing of the past. If your 2014 New Year’s resolutions include finding a job, then you need to check out the JobAware iPhone/iPad app that’s tagged “job search just got smarter”. To learn why finding a job with JobAware is smarter, head over to iTunes to see the full features and download the highly rated free app.
What New Year’s resolutions will you be setting for 2014? Leave a comment with your goals for the next year and how you plan to achieve them. It is important to have a dream and to make it big, then set goals or you will end up being a ship without a rudder.
The most important part of New Year’s resolutions is to back them with constant action, and this is the part where many people fail, so make sure you set smaller daily goals backed with action towards your dreams.
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