The year 2020 is here. It’s the end of a decade! Well, technically, 2021 marks the beginning of a new decade but popular opinion (and our personal opinion) says that 2020 marks the end of an era! To usher in the new year, we’re sure a few of you have come up with some New Year’s resolutions. To lend a helping hand, Letter 9 has rounded up 4 apps that can help you keep your New Year’s resolutions and become the best version of yourself!
1. Break those bad habits with Done.
We all have or have had a bad habit. Maybe you chew your nails. Maybe you don’t drink enough water. Maybe you blow your budget by eating out too often. Whatever your bad habit is, this app can help you ditch it! This app allows you to set as many goals for yourself as you want, and you can customize each goal to what you need. Once you’ve come up with a goal for yourself you can track your progress daily, weekly, monthly or even annually. You can view your progress reports and set reminders for yourself, so you don’t get off track.
2. Save that money with Peak.
Maybe you’re following Lil Dicky’s example and trying to “$ave Dat Money” in 2020. We all know we need to save money but sometimes it’s so hard to find the inspiration to do it. Introducing, Peak, a money-saving app that helps bring an element of fun to financial security! With this app, you can save for a specific goal, schedule auto transfers, set up auto round-ups on your everyday purchases, and more for just $0.99/month!
3. Learn a new skill with Duolingo.
Did you sleep through those 2 years of Spanish in high school? Do you wish you would’ve stuck with your foreign language classes so you could market yourself as bilingual or multilingual? Duolingo can make your multilingual dreams come true (or help you ace your French course this semester)! This app has gamified the language-learning process so no more boring conjugation homework for you! Just think, a few minutes a day of Duolingo and you’ll be on your way to learning a new language!
4. Improve your mood with Happify.
Self-love and mental health awareness are trending right now and for good reason! An unhealthy mind and attitude affect your mental and physical well-being. So many of us want to lead happier, healthier lives and with this app you can play science-based games designed to lift your spirits, transform your perspective, and help you appreciate the small things in life.
Are you ready to tackle those New Year’s resolutions now? Set yourself up for success in 2020 by downloading one – or all – of these apps.
The Wyatt by Letter 9