20 Best Personal Development Apps for a Life-Changing 2022

Tell me if this sequence of statements sounds familiar when it comes to personal growth around this time of year:

“Ah, the joyous holiday season,” says December. Isn’t this the last hurrah before the diet begins?”

“A new year, a new me!” says January. “Watch out, 2022…. I’m coming!”

January: “Man, life is tough!”

“Wait!” says February. “Where did February go?” I wondered.

“There has to be a way out!” March exclaims. “It shouldn’t be this hard!”

If this sounds like something you’re going through right now, don’t feel bad. Only 9% of people stick to their New Year’s resolutions.

What is the problem, and how can we fix it?

Life is ecstatic in fact. We place a high value on prioritization. We have stipulations. The food is delicious. Working out takes commitment.

What can you do to help?

“Out of sight, out of mind” is a phrase you’ve probably heard before. As a result, do the exact opposite. That is, make your resolutions public first and foremost. Keep your friends informed about your goals, and keep your family updated on your progress, for example. These are excellent first steps toward staying motivated for the New Year and achieving the “new you” you crave.

Second, instead of only thinking about resolutions when you’re feeling vulnerable, do everything you can to keep them in the forefront of your mind throughout the day.

When you’re hungry, it’s difficult to say no to pizza, and it’s difficult to get up in the morning for the gym when you’re tired. Instead, if you use an app to track your calories throughout the day, you’re mentally preparing yourself to know that you only have 500 calories left for dinner, effectively ruling out pizza before it’s even been considered. Similarly, if you keep track of your sleep habits and believe in daily progress, you’ll be more likely to go to bed at 10 p.m. rather than Netflix-bingeing until the wee hours of the morning.

What I’m really saying is that you don’t have to be a member of the 1%! First, set a goal, then tell others about it, and finally, find a helpful app to help you stay on track. The first two steps are simple, and I’m here to assist you with the third.

You’ll be well on your way to eating healthier, reading more, exercising regularly, and/or discovering a new passion, goal, or even career, thanks to a plethora of worthwhile mobile apps begging to be downloaded. Allow technology to make your life easier in 2022.

Apps for Self-Growth

  • My Fitness Pal is an app that allows you to track your food intake (to eat healthier)
  • From the couch to the 5K (to get active)
  • Anything do (to become more organized)
  • Headspace is a term used to describe a (to be “present” more)
  • Diet Bet is a website that helps people lose weight (to lose weight)
  • Skill share is a platform that allows you to share your (to find a new hobby)
  • Efforts (to achieve a specific goal)
  • Habitual Simple (to meditate)
  • Yes, indeed (to find a new job)
  • Mint is a flavorful herb (to save more money)
  • Foods That Are Super (to eat a healthier diet)
  • Scribd is a website that allows you to share documents (to read more)
  • Babbel is a German word that means “to (to learn a new language)
  • Glass door is a website that allows you to see (to research new opportunities)
  • Work and Relaxation (to remember to take breaks)
  • Meal should be shared (to fight world hunger)
  • The Week in Review (to stay informed)
  • Water Tracker for the Day (to stay hydrated)
  • Bull Habit (to quit a bad habit)
  • Endel is a fictional character created by Endel (to get better sleep)

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