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5 Essential Apps That Will Help You Keep Up With Your Resolutions
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5 Essential Apps That Will Help You Keep Up With Your Resolutions

It's officially the New Year, which means it is time to start thinking about personal goals, aka New Year's resolutions, that you want to achieve.


If you're on social media, then you're aware of the tons of jokes that are made every year during this time, most notably about the the "new year, new me" tweets and captions, but all jokes aside, the new year ushers in a new chapter that creates opportunities to make positive new changes in one's life.

Once you determine your New Year's resolution, the next step is to make a plan on how to successfully accomplish your goal. According to businessinsider.com, 80% of New Year's resolutions fail by February and while that is a dramatically high number, you don't have to fear falling into that category because here at xoNecole, we have some information that will support you on your goal-crushing quest.

This information comes in the form of five apps that we assembled to kickstart your New Year's resolutions the right way:

1.10% Happier: Meditation

This app is made for those who want to carve out time for themselves to meditate and simply be. Once you get on the app, you'll find courses all helmed by world-renowned meditation teachers to unlock knowledge and tips about the meditation practice. If you just want to meditate, you can click through the singles category that is divided by each type of meditation as well as by time. You can enjoy most of their features for free or for $99/year you can gain complete access.

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