We all know how difficult it is to stick to a New Year's resolution - so check out the apps below because they might just be able to help you out!

Improve your Physical Health with...

  1. Argus

    If you're looking to monitor your diet and exercise efforts this year, look no further than Argus - the app that turns your iPhone into your own personal fitness tracker. It tracks your steps, calories, water intake, sleep and pretty much any sport/activity you can imagine, with a unique and user-friendly interface. Having the ability to physically see your current activity levels will offer you a different perspective on your daily routine, hopefully giving you the kick start you've been looking for and encouraging you to set some personal health and fitness goals. It's also free!

    Compatibility: iOS

  2. Fitocracy

    Fitocracy is an all-in-one fitness app that actually has the ability make working out fun. You can track your exercise progress, earn points, partake in quests and receive motivation and support from other users in the community. The app offers a wide variety of recommended workouts, or you have the option of creating your own customized workout based on your personal needs and goals. You can also "level-up" by tracking your workouts to gain points and badges, so exercising starts to feel like some sort of game! The basic version is free, but if you want access to more workouts or even a personal trainer, you will have to upgrade for a fee.

    Compatibility: iOS, Android, Web

Improve your Mental Health with...

  1. Headspace

    Headspace is like a personal trainer, but for your mind. It encourages you to take 10 minutes out of your day for 10 days straight, to simply meditate. It provides you with calming audio for each meditation session, guiding you through breathing and other relaxation techniques. You can set daily alerts to remind you of your 10 minutes, as well as mindful messages that can help to keep you relaxed throughout the day. You can also download the 10 levels to your device so that you can access them at any time, without having to be connected to Wi-Fi or use data. The basic 10 day program is free, but if you want to unlock other meditation options there is a fee.

    Compatibility: iOS, Android, Web

  2. Lumosity

    Having trouble remembering where you put your keys? Developed by neuroscientists, Lumosity is a brain-training app that is meant to improve your cognitive skills such as memory, attention, speed, flexibility and problem solving. It creates a customized training schedule for you based on your goals, and offers quick games that are meant to work your brain in each area. The basic app is free, but you can purchase the extended versions for a monthly or annual subscription.

    Compatibility: iOS, Android, Web

Get Organized with...

  1. Evernote

    Evernote is a digital workspace that accumulates everything you could possibly need to stay organized, in one place! Take notes, set reminders, take photos, collect articles and create presentations all within the app. It even syncs your information across all of your devices, which is super handy when you're always on the go. If you're looking to improve your organizational skills this year, Evernote is definitely worth a try. The basic version is free, but you can upgrade to the premium or business versions for a fee.

    Compatibility: iOS, Android, Web, PC, Mac

Make or Break a Habit with...

  1. Way of Life

    Whether you're looking to break an old habit or build a new one, the Way of Life app is super helpful. You simply create the habit/goal you want to make or break, and track whether or not you were successful in practicing your goal each day. If you were successful, it marks as green and if you weren't it marks as red. After you've collected enough information, you will be able to start identifying trends in your routine and become motivated to work towards your goal. The basic version of the app limits you to to three habits, so if you want unlimited you will have to upgrade to the the premium version for a fee.

    Compatibility: iOS

Set a Budget with...

  1. Mint

    Staying on top of your bank accounts and credit cards can be difficult, but Mint aims to make it a bit easier for you. All you need to do is enter your account information and Mint automatically pulls your financial information into one place, organizing everything in a way that is easy to see and understand. You can see all of your balances and transactions, monitor your spending patterns in real-time, calculate your credit score and set personal budgets. You can even set reminders to pay your bills, notify you of fees or warn you if you're going over your set budgets. Don't worry about security either, the app only reads your information so there's no way you - or anybody else - can handle the money in your accounts. It's free too!

    Compatibility: iOS, Android, Web, Windows Phone

Read More with...

  1. NOOK

    Let's face it; it's kind of difficult to incorporate reading into our busy schedules these days. Thanks to NOOK, a digital reading app made by Barnes & Noble, it's much easier to get some reading in while on the go. It offers access to more than 3 million books, as well as 1 million free titles (which is fantastic), and you can continue to read across all of your devices. It also provides you with personalized reading recommendations and allows for adjustable font sizes, style, line spacing and margins. The app itself is free, but there is a fee for each book/magazine/newspaper etc. you choose to download.

    Compatibility: iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Mac, PC

Learn a Language with...

  1. Duolingo

    Learning a language is a lot of work, but it can be a pretty rewarding experience. Duolingo turns learning a new language into an addictive game, with short lessons that level you up once completed, and a vibrant user interface. Choose from Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, Irish, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, or English, and practice at your own pace whenever, wherever! The best part? Duolingo is completely free!

    Compatibility: iOS, Android, Windows Phone

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