Whether you have small, short-term goals or big dreams for your future, the key to achieving them is in regularly reviewing your resolutions so they don’t get forgotten.

We know it’s hard to keep track of your New Year resolutions. Often times, we stay motivated for a month or two only to find that life gets in the way. Thankfully, there are loads of free and paid apps out there to help you keep track and fulfill your resolutions.



These 10 excellent apps can help turn sadly failed resolutions into proudly achieved goals



Eat Smarter. If you wish to eat healthier or have a balance diet, this is the right app for you. This app scans nutrition labels and ingredient lists and alerts users when there’s MSG, added sugars, preservatives and other ingredients that may make you think twice about buying.



One of the best to-do list apps available today, ToodleDo allows you to set multiple goals and associate your tasks with those goals. Best for having tasks and goals tracked in one place.



Routinely helps you achieve your goals and develop good habits by providing daily reminders of activities and tasks. You simply start by making a list of things you would like to get done over time and the periodicity and then track them routinely. The app also uses colour coding to let you know how you are doing with each goal.


 Quit Smoking

MyQuit Coach (iOS) creates a personalized plan for you to quit smoking. Android users can do the same with Quit Smoking.



Keep track of time and distance walked or run, share milestones with friends.





Want to learn a new Language? This is a language-learning app that offers game-like mobile lessons on Spanish, French, English, German, Portuguese, Italian, Dutch, Danish and Swedish.



21habit lets you break or make a habit and keep track of it for 21 days. When you sign up, you get a choice of a free mode or committed mode. The free mode has no monetary obligations while the committed mode requires that you invest $21 in your habit. For each day that you succeed, you’ll get $1 back and each time you fail, the $1 goes to charity.


 Mint Personal Finance

Another popular resolution made each year is the promise to gain control of finances, pay off debt, and create and maintain a sensible budget. With the Mint Personal Finance app, you have your very own pocket-sized accountant.

The finance app is the perfect solution if you constantly find yourself cursing at bank statements and making the same monetary mistakes over and over again. By putting all of your financial information in one super-secure place, you can easily manage your income, assess your priorities and deficits, and make educated financial-planning decisions. And best of all, the app is free to download.



Keep track of all of your bills and monthly payments with this handy dandy little app that will also send you reminders when due dates are approaching. (iOS, Android, Free.)



Getting and staying better organized is another perennial among resolutions, partly because so many organizational schemes are so complex that only an already-organized person could tackle them with confidence. The Any.do app isn’t like that. The clean, simple interface makes it easy to organize everything from workplace projects to your home to-do lists. It’s a collaborative tool, so you can share chosen activities and information with team members at work or your family at home.



Good luck with all of your goals for 2015!

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Myriam Balerio is the founder and writer of PA Privé. After kick starting her career as a PA and finding success as an assistant, Myriam later trained in digital and online marketing and has since combined the two disciplines in creating PA Privé, the platform through which she provides sage advice for those in the assistant profession and a network for like-mined PAs and EAs to connect. Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Myriam has lived in London for over 10 years and currently lives in London with her husband and French bulldog.


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