Whether it’s waking up on the wrong side of the bed or being nervous about an upcoming client presentation, you have those moments when you need a little push in order to lighten your mood and get things done. Here are a few Android apps you can check out in case you need a bit of motivation in the middle of your daily grind.
Start your day by setting short-term or long-term goals with this basic but nifty application. Put in anything from finishing the book you’ve recently bought to saving up for a new car, and Goal Tracker will give you a list of when everything is due and how much you’ve done for each. In case you get the urge to procrastinate, this app will be generous in giving you reminders .
You want to be healthy, but you don’t know where to start. If you don’t have time to head to the gym, download this app instead. You’ll get expert coaches who can help you start the right way with timed exercises that are complete with audio and video instructions. It’s a great free app if you’ve just recently gotten off the proverbial couch, but if you want to advance, you’ll need to get the Pro account to access more of its goodies.
You may take drinking water for granted, but getting a healthy amount of it in your system everyday can definitely help you lose weight and give you a mental boost. Drinking Water With Carbodroid is an app that is too cute not to enjoy – especially since you can make the Water Droid smile if you get your two liters of water in daily. It even prompts you to get a glass of H2O in case you’re too immersed in work to remember.
In case you’re having a bad day, this simple app can put a smile on your face with encouraging words of wisdom from people who have made it to the top. Having the option to share the good vibes with your friends is additional icing to the cake.
If you need a virtual nudge to start you off your goals, this app has all the positivity you’ll ever need. Motivational speaker Derrick Hayes gives you a word and a message a day to inspire you to do your best on the things that you want and need to do.
You’ve probably experienced brainstorming with your creative and marketing team and hitting a mental block the size of the Great Wall. This app can most probably make things easier for you. By randomly combining words set under different and customizable categories, it may just switch on that light bulb above your head. You can even send the results of your thinking session to your email.
Once you have your ideas, you’ll now need to organize them. Mindjet for Android is a great way to map them out and see your entire game plan. Suddenly lost? Just go back to your charts, and you’ll see where you’re headed. You’ll need to use this app on a tablet device though, as it’s going to be hard to see and appreciate on a phone.
End your day with a pat on the back and reward yourself with quiet time. Build Confidence is an app from clinical hypnotherapist Andrew Johnson that will help you relax and prepare you for the following day through guided meditation.
Do you use other apps that help you get going? Share them with the rest of us in the comments box!