Not only have I rounded up the most popular New Year’s resolutions but I’ve included ways to ensure you keep them. And before you inquire about what type of sorcery I’ve used, the answer is simple – there are apps for that.
If like me, you overindulged on the Christmas cake in that you ate all of it, you may want to lose a bit of weight and probably get fit.
High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) gives you great results in a shorter amount of time, but be warned although some workouts are only 7 minutes long, the idea is to push yourself.Swork Itallows you to select your goal and then suggests workouts. Get in onAndroidor iOS.
DuoLingo makes learning fun because it’s like playing a game. Get DuoLingo on Android oriOS.
I once read that following the 50:30:20 rule when it comes to money can help you be financially stable and this is what I do. 50% of your income goes to needs, 30% to wants and 20% to savings. If that seems like hard work, an easier way to track your expenditure and work out your savings would be to use Money Lover.
The free version gives you a book a day, the Plus version($49.99 pa)) gives you unlimited access while Premium ($79.99 pa) allows you to read and listen to all the books in the library. Get Blinkist on Android or iOS.
Download LinkedIn.Yes really. While endorsing skills is still a thing (No Chad, I don’t think your PowerPoint prezo skills are that impressive), LinkedIn has come a long way. Search for your dream job easily, see how many people have already applied and more.
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