7 apps which help you build good habits

November 6 2020

7 apps which help you build good habits

According to the researchers from the University College London, developing a new habit takes on average 66 days. Habits that are easier to implement become routine faster, while those that are more difficult require more time (even up to 254 days!). Establishing your daily routine is a process. What could help you complete it? It’s worth trying out one of available applications. The most popular ones are listed below.

– We don’t realize that most of our daily activities are habits. Therefore, if you want to change something in your life, it would be the best to start with forming a new habit. At first, it’s going to be tough, but the patience pays off as you’ll be able to see the effects both in your private and professional life – says Marta Kamińska from Solutions.Rent.

Habit-forming app: Fabulous

This application will guide you through the world of habits. It was developed in Duke’s Behavioral Economics Lab led by Dan Ariely, a psychology professor. That’s probably the reason why Fabulous not only tracks the habits, but also teaches you how to put them into practice step by step. It’ll help you to establish your morning and evening routine and most importantly – you’ll get to know why it’s so important.

Habit-forming app: Goal Meter

Although it may look like a book for children at first, Goal Meter is an application for adults. The drawings make learning new habits more pleasant. You can choose a set of habits supporting learning or physical activity or opt for the elimination of unhealthy habits. Let’s begin!

Habit-forming app: Goalify

Apart from building new habits and tracking them, Goalify allows you to measure your progress in achieving your goals. The reminders and the option to challenge friends may additionally motivate you. Not sure what good habit could be the right choice for you? No problem. The application suggests what habits are worth focusing on. 

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Habit-forming app: Stickk

This application is based on contracts you conclude with yourself. Just think about it – how would your day look like if you were to pay for each bad habit and was paid for each good one? This application allows you to “bet” on goal achievement – just like in roulette. If you’re successful, the money can go to, for instance, a selected charity. Sounds good, doesn’t it?

Habit-forming app: Simple Habit Tracker

It’s a collection of 200 habits that will help with your development. You can choose from among spiritual, mental, physical and emotional habits. If you decide to work on a few of them, your life satisfaction is sure to increase.

Habit-forming app: Grow

This application is not only a habit tracker. Grow suggests activities you should focus on every day to be closer to achieve your goal. You can decide which ones you perform and which ones you want to postpone.

Habit-forming app: Quitzilla

Do you want to focus on getting rid of old bad habits rather than on forming new good ones? There’s also an app for that. Quitzilla helps you fight the bad habits. Be it a sugar addiction, computer games addiction or workaholism – it doesn’t matter. If you want to get rid of bad habits, use Quitzilla.

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