Smartphones have so much capability with all the apps that are available. In almost category imaginable, there is an app for that. These are the best 100 apps to help with every aspect of life. Smartphone users know that apps can help make everyday tasks easier. From grocery shopping to bus schedules, there’s an app out there that can help make your to-do list a whole lot more manageable. But if all you’re doing is ordering pizzas and pulling up driving directions, you’re totally missing out. Your smartphones and tablets are capable of managing practically every aspect of your life. We’ve pulled together a list of 100 apps that will make your life easier. Travel Your friends will know exactly when you’ll arrive with ETA – Arrive on time. The navigation app lets you send notifications to friends and family so they know exactly when to expect you. Find your way with Waze, a personal traffic guide that helps you identify the best route to reach … [Read more...] about 100 apps that will make your life better in the New Year
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Instead of self-flagellation and getting stuck in the quagmire of negative thoughts, dust off those good intentions and give yourself another shot at making your resolutions stick. Harrison Monarth Published 9:00 am CST, Monday, January 14, 2019 Photo: Tinpixels | Getty Images Photo: Tinpixels | Getty Images Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Tinpixels | Getty Images You've Already Abandoned Your New Year's Resolution. Here's a Better Path to Reach Your Goals. 1 / 1 Back to Gallery It’s only mid-January, but chances are pretty good that all those lofty resolutions you made before the clock struck midnight on Dec. 31 have fallen by the wayside. You’re … [Read more...] about You’ve Already Abandoned Your New Year’s Resolution. Here’s a Better Path to Reach Your Goals.
The past few years have seen a merging of the personal and professional in the Facebook founder's annual goals, but the execution has a left a little to be desired amid increased company scrutiny. Nina Zipkin Published 2:40 pm CST, Wednesday, January 9, 2019 Photo: GERARD JULIEN | AFP | Getty Images Photo: GERARD JULIEN | AFP | Getty Images Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: GERARD JULIEN | AFP | Getty Images Mark Zuckerberg's 2019 New Year's Resolution Is Well-Meaning and Vague, Just Like Ours 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Every January, Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg posts his annual resolution for the year. Based on this year’s promise, cracks have … [Read more...] about Mark Zuckerberg’s 2019 New Year’s Resolution Is Well-Meaning and Vague, Just Like Ours
Sticking to your New Year’s resolutionsIt’s 2019! A fresh start for all of us. Here’s to a never-ending new year’s resolution list that we try to accomplish all throughout the year. When working on personal goals, a sad and repetitive truth happens–we often don’t accomplish them all. In fact, time management firm FranklinCovey says that one-third of resolutioners don’t make it past the end of January. It’s frustrating how you start well with your resolutions but fail to be consistent with them. Achieving this year’s resolutions is a commitment to better ourselves. Here’s how to get real with it: Choose the right resolution Oftentimes, resolutions fail because they’re not right for you. There’s a higher chance of attaining your goals by picking a practical resolution. Come up with a more realistic plan. Keep in mind the acronym SMART–specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound to help set your … [Read more...] about Sticking to your New Year’s resolutions
It is natural to use landmarks to evaluate your life. Times like birthdays, New Year’s Day, and transitions like new jobs, divorces, or graduations are all times that lead people to think about what they have accomplished and what they have yet to do. But there is a cultural expectation that at the beginning of each new year, you’ll find something about yourself you want to change and dig in to make that change. Often, you ought to ignore the urge to commit to a big behavior change. The canary in the coal mine for big behavior change is systematic failure. When there is a goal that is really critical to you that you are systematically failing to achieve, that is the signal that you need to do something different if you want to succeed. The significant systematic failures in your life are probably rare. You are holding down a job, enjoying your friends and your family, and maybe even some romance. Tiny changes versus “disruption”? Think about your life like a … [Read more...] about Why making New Year’s resolutions is a bad way to start the year