5 Apps That’ll Boost Your Motivation

How many times have you promised yourself you’d form good study habits, but you always end up procrastinating? Or, maybe you’ve wanted to start going to the gym, but it’s just easier to push it off and make excuses. You can reach your goals with a little push in the right direction, and these five apps can help be your motivator. Check ’em out!

1. Coach.me

Sometimes you just need your own personal cheerleader. No matter what habit you want to form, this app will help you set goals and stay on track by sending you reminders and celebrating each victory. The app also features a helpful community aspect, where you can interact with others trying to reach the same goal. If you’re willing to spend a few bucks, you can even hire a coach through the app!

App Store | Google Play

 

 

2. Wonderful Day

Why not turn your motivation into a little game? Form positive habits by inputting your goals into the app, and simply checking them with a green dot each day you complete them. Be careful—if you miss a day, you’ll get a menacing red dot instead of a happy green one! Can you keep the streak of green going?

App Store | Google Play

 

 

3. StickK

Are you ready to commit to your goal? Like really commit to it? This app is essentially a contractual agreement with yourself, and breaking that contract will cost you. That’s right—once you set your goal, you also select an amount of money you want to put on the line. You’re now accountable for turning that goal into a reality, or else your money will be given away!

App Store | Google Play

 

 

4. Inspirational and Motivational Quotes

You can’t knock those small bursts of inspiration that come along with a good quote! Some of the best motivational quotes are rounded up in this app, and you’ll get them sent to your phone daily. You can even share your favorites with any friends that may need a little pick-me-up.

App Store | Google Play

 

 

5. Balanced

Do you ever get so caught up in your responsibilities, you lose motivation to take care of your personal needs? You can’t forget about the little things that matter to you—like seeing friends, meditating, or hitting the gym. Take control by inputting these activities into Balanced. The app will provide positive feedback, keep track of your streaks, and monitor your progress.

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Can you think of any apps we didn’t mention? Share them with our readers in the comments below.

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  1. Jessica says:

    Mind tools …. Free helpful information

  2. Deana Duquesne says:

    Try Habits. It’s easy to use & set-up.

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