Getting into a rhythm with a routine can be hard enough, but not when you have apps to help keep you accountable!
I’m spilling tea on my five favorite apps for holistic accountability.
We can’t always have an accountability partner in every aspect of our lives.
And let’s be honest, we’re not always the best at keeping ourselves accountable either.
Luckily, you can trick out your phone to be the ULTIMATE accountability partner.
So without further ado, here are some of my favorites!
Best Accountability Apps HECK YEAH.
This is my favorite, FREE calendar app.
I would be kidding myself if I didn’t start with the classic GCal.
And don’t be giving me any shade for using a calendar.
It feels like lately we “let me check my calendar” people have been getting some flack for our organization.
But you just TRY to think of an event I’ve forgotten in the past two years… can’t be done because I use my calendar.
Having everything written in one place gives you so much more headspace for other things.
Don’t weigh yourself down unnecessarily just because you are trying to remember all the plans you’ve made for the week.
Get yourself a calendar in general, but get yourself a Google Calendar if you mean ~ business ~.
Life Time Training
This is my favorite, paid workout app.
For those of you who know me, it’s no secret that I work at Life Time and know the ins and outs of the many Life Time apps.
When it comes to workouts though, the Life Time app doesn’t mess around.
Besides allowing me to receive curated workouts from my trainer, this app also allows you to track the weights you’ve used for each exercise and celebrates when you make progress.
There are other options to help track your progress with sleep, weight, body fat %, and photos so you’re accountable on all fronts.
Whether you get this app or not, having an app to track when you’ve completed workouts and remind you of upcoming ones is a great way to make sure you’re making movement a part of your day every day.
Mint by Intuit
This is my favorite, FREE money management app.
Seriously, it’s so easy to navigate and so convenient to have all your money information in one place.
Whether you’re a complete beginner or have a firm grasp of the fiscal world, this app is the best.
If you missed my post about how much I love Mint, you can read it here.
This is my favorite, FREE meal tracking app.
I’ve recently been trying to keep track of my food so I can make sure I’m hitting all the necessities and I won’t lie, it’s tough.
It’s so easy to fall off the wagon when you have to record 15 million things for one food before adding it or if the app is too complicated when trying to add meals.
But MyFitnessPal pulls through with its free version and makes food tracking much more manageable.
I’d definitely be interested in looking at other apps as I level up, but for my beginner status, this works great.
Lastly, my favorite, paid app for mindful body movement.
I don’t save stretching for the end of my workout and I don’t mess around with quick 10-second toe touches.
ROMWOD (Range of Movement Workout of the Day) has been a challenge and a blessing.
Challenging me to find 20+ minutes every day to just stretch, and hold these long poses with breathing patterns.
A blessing because what these stretches do for your body is amazing and once you know you get into your groove, you always find time to ROMWOD.
Perfect for a morning or night routine, definitely worth the money!
Which accountability apps will you be downloading today?
That’s a wrap on some of the best accountability apps out there, give any of them a try and you won’t be disappointed!
Let me know which ones you love or which you’ll be giving a try!
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