The new year is all about doing things in a better way, and it’s never uncommon for an individual to feel like there’s a chance to really make some much-needed lifestyle improvements whenever January rolls around. It makes sense — the start of the new year seems to many of us like an exciting new beginning, and we want to take advantage of all the exciting potential that comes with it. What better time to make a serious change than at the turning point which sees one year becoming another? It’s not always easy, though, to keep up with those promises that we make to ourselves. When you’re riding high on all that great holiday cheer, great holiday food, and great holiday company, it can be easy to get a little optimistic and tell yourself that you’re going to make some grand, sweeping life changes that you might not actually wind up getting around to. Sometimes we even set relatively simple goals for ourselves — goals like eating better, getting back into shape, or just exercising a little more often — and have a tough time meeting them simply because life can just get a little too busy. This is the case for a lot of individuals, and if you’re finding yourself feeling like you could use all the help you can get when it comes to something like sticking to your New Year’s resolution, you’re not alone. Fortunately, the modern smartphone has given us a ton of ways to improve the way we live our lives, and a new application is here to help you make sure you meet those goals, and do it in high style.
Lift is a brand new app for the iOS operating system (which means you can only use it on an iPhone), and it’s beautifully designed to help you make the best possible progress toward your goals, so that you meet them within the timeframe that you had originally intended. What’s best is that Lift does so by keeping things incredibly simple and clean.
It doesn’t matter what habit or behavior you’re trying to improve. It can be health- and fitness-based, or you can simply want to read a bit more every afternoon. Whatever the case may be, the Lift app will help you by letting you input your habits and figuring out how you should best approach progressing towards your specific goal. Your challenges will be very easily broken down so that you can understand and deal with them one by one, and when you do well you’ll get to publicly log all your progress. This social element is one of the smartest of the application’s ideas, and you don’t need to have studied to be a master of public health online to know that sharing your progress with supportive friends and family is a great way to feel better about yourself and your hard work. If you’re seriously trying to work out some self-improvement for 2013, Fmight be the perfect application for you.