Top Apps To Keep You Motivated

Post by Paula Murphy.

You may find yourself struggling to stay motivated now that January is coming to an end, but with these top motivational apps you’ll find that get-up-and-go factor you thought you had fully exhausted.

The Bucket List

With the clever Bucket List app you can keep track of those special things you would like to do before you kick the bucket. You have the option of sharing your life to-do list with friends or you can keep it totally private. You can also search other users’ lists  if you’re looking for some inspiration.

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Inspirational & Motivational Quotes

With the Inspirational and Motivational Quotes app you can receive daily quotes to keep you motivated. The app aims to provide users, on a daily basis, with a brief moment to reflect. The team behind the app have carefully selected each quote in the hope that users will find them as helpful as they have.

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Wonderful Day

The Wonderful Day app is an incredibly simple way to keep yourself motivated, form good habits and to get things done. You can set daily goals and the clever app records your progress each day, creating chains of green dots when activities are carried out. If an activity is not, a red dot appears breaking the chain. The more green in a chain, the more wonderful day!

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