6 Apps That Will Make Work-Life Balance a Reality

by Kelli Smith – @kellimicheles

Spot Issues

TimeTune for Android and ATracker iOS follow your routines and give you data on them so that you can analyze how you actually spend your days. Then you’ll be ready to work out how you can shift toward a more realistic ratio of working to relaxing.

Control Connectivity

BreakFree gives you the tools to control your digital life by understanding how tied you are to your phone. It monitors which apps you use and for how long, then it pings you if you spend too much with any of them.

Manage Stress

life and work balance

Pacifica aims to ease your mind so you can be your best on the job or at home. The app offers easy-to-use mood monitoring, meditation and relaxation, journaling, and wellness tracking.

Keep in Touch

The Connect app makes getting together as simple as a few clicks. It puts you in touch with your contacts from your phone, email addresses, or social media accounts, shows you when someone is visiting nearby, and lets you quickly make plans for the evening.

Stay Organized

Cozi cuts out your distracted concerns (did I put out the recycling?) by putting all your personal information in one place. It includes a calendar, to-do list, shopping list, journal, and even a recipe manager.

Plan Your Time

Weekly Planner for Android or Week Plan for iOS pushes you to plan out your week so that you make sure you have time for what matters.

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