It’s a new year, which means new resolutions and new goals. Whether it’s getting fit or trying something new in La Jolla, checking off your goals is a great feeling. If you are looking for ways to keep yourself accountable, we found 5 free to help keep your New Year’s Resolutions.
1. Try Something New
Try a new restaurant or visit an art gallery. Find It La Jolla is your #1 directory for all things La Jolla. La Jolla directory will help you find information on local events, restaurants, art galleries, doctors, hotels, shopping centers and all the businesses in the community.
2. Get Healthy, Earn Cash
GymPact helps you get fit and earn money. Every week you would commit to a certain number of pacts (gym, veggie or food logging) and set a cash amount if other GymPact users don’t meet their goals. At the end of the week, if other users don’t meet their goals, you get paid! Free app is available for Apple and Google.
3. Learn Another Language
Dualingo is a free app where you can practice or learn Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian and English. You don’t have to learn a language alone, you can compete with friends or family and have fun while doing it.
4. Save Money
Mint links up to your bank accounts to help track finances all in one place. Transactions are automatically categorized so you know what areas you are spending your money. You manage where every penny goes and how you can budget your money better.
5. Get Organized
Life gets busy, keep all of your checklists, tasks and to-do’s lists. Any.do features written or verbal notes using the built-in microphone from a smartphone using life planning tools. App is available for Apple and Android.
What are your New Year’s resolutions and do you have any tips/tricks to share? Share with us in the comments below.
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