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It's my favourite app to use when I have a lot of work to do. It breaks up tasks into periods with short breaks. And you actually get things done!
Diigo - Web Collector
I use Diggo as a Chrome extension. It allows me to quickly save and collect (hence the name Web Collector, duh) stuff while browsing.
What's a life without a To-do list? We all have one and Todoist makes it super easy to manage tasks, schedule things and get it done!
Best place to keep and organize your notes, ideas and thoughts. You can add lists, screenshots and reminders. Premium plans also available.
I often get distracted and forget about the habits I'm trying to build. With the Habit app, you can track your habits and progress. Keep up!
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Even if you are a hardcore anti-mediation person, this app will change your mind. It's super easy to use and they also have a library of different guided meditations. My favourite feature: ambient sound. I'm in love.
Eat This Much
I'm a hazard in the kitchen. Don't know how to cook and I certainly don't like to cook. But you gotta eat, right? With this app, you will get a personalized meal plan each day so you don't have to think about anything.
Strava in Croatian means 'horror' - and oh boy, running does sound like a horror story to most of us. So how to motivate yourself? Keep track of your progress! Best way to do it - use Strava - The #1 app for runners and cyclists.