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My Top 10 Favorite Selfcare Apps

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Hello my beautiful greeny apples and welcome back to my blog.

Today I really want to talk about the importance of selfcare and also share some amazing selfcare apps that I find really helpful and very relaxing.

Selfcare to me usually sounds like something that will make my almost non existing bank account bleed but then I realized that doing the little things that makes you happy is what selfcare is all about. You could download your favorite movie and just create a little time and watch while you just relax. You could just listened to your favourite songs and relax in that moment. It’s all about doing the little things for yourself and making them special.

I enjoy reading novels a lot and I found out this act makes me relax and calm. I have been doing a lot of reading lately and it has helped me a lot with depression and negative thoughts.

Selfcare activities makes you feel special for no one but yourself. It makes you feel worthy and makes you realise that you can be your own person without negativity.

I will be sharing with you guys about 10 different SELFCARE apps and I hope you find one or two worth downloading.

Read also: Self Love was never meant to replace Romantic Love


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1. BetterME

BetterMe App is a Home Workouts & Diet To Lose Weight is designed to catch up with every woman/man personal training needs. Whether you’re looking to lose some weight at home, get a personal diet plan, tack water intake or get personal trainer advice, BetterMe got you covered. Their 30 day weight loss challenges for all body parts will help you tone up your body and lose weight in specific areas if your body With easy at-home workouts.

2. Mindfulness

The Mindfulness App opens up a world of professional guided meditations. It helps you towards a more peaceful and healthier state of mind. Daily guided mindfulness meditation sessions for better sleep, relax & focus.

3. Reflectly

Reflectly is a simple journal on how you are feeling on a daily basis matters. Reflectly is a personal journal and diary driven by artificial intelligence to enable you to deal with negative thoughts, make positivity louder and to teach you about the science of well-being.

It helps to reduce stress, get perspective, develop gratitude and learn to apply empathy and kindness to every aspect of your life.

Reflectly uses positive psychology, mindfulness and cognitive behavioural therapy to make you thrive in life and to give you the personal tools and mindset to overcome negative thoughts and build a habit of positivity through a journal into your life.

4. Calm

Calm is a leading app for meditation, sleep, experiencing lower stress, less anxiety, and more restful sleep with it’s guided meditations, Sleep Stories, breathing programs, masterclasses, and relaxing music. Recommended by top psychologists, therapists, and mental health experts.

Some content is only available through an optional paid subscription.

5. Shine

Shine app, the #1 self-care app created by women of color. With the Shine app, make caring for your mental and emotional health a habit.

Learn a new self-care strategy every day, get support from a diverse community, and access an audio library of 800+ original meditations, bedtime stories, and calming sounds to help you shift your mindset or mood.

6. Youper

Youper is a new way to take care of your mental health. Created by doctors and therapists, it uses Artificial Intelligence to understand your needs and provide you with everything you need to feel your best.

It incorporates strategies from Mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and other science-backed approaches. Integrate your mindfulness sessions with Google Fit to make self-help and self-care easy.

Youper is free. Premium features are available with an annual subscription.

7. #Selfcare

Let’s practice some #SelfCare together. Let’s start with a little breathing exercise. Breathing slowly connects us to our body and gives us life. Mmmmmm. We can breathe for as long as we’d like. There’s no hurry. There’s no end. We breathe and we listen to ourselves.

8. Fabulous

Fabulous is not just your average habit tracker! We’re a science-based app that will motivate you to improve your fitness & achieve your weight loss goals, reboot your sleep cycle, and discover mindfulness to reduce your anxiety. You’ll learn to build a transformative morning routine and even pick up life-changing habits like meditation and yoga along the way.

9. Sparkle

Sparkle is a simple tracker and journal for your self-care activities (= Sparkles). Create a checklist of all the things that make you happy. Track and document these habits daily to keep yourself accountable. Change your life by taking a better care of yourself and your mental health – because you deserve it!

Sparkle was designed based on simple truth: Do more things that make you feel good, document them with a tracker and you will feel happier overall! Your mental health will improve and you will be more productive within 7 days of using Sparkle.

10. Aloe Bud

Aloe Bud can increase mindfulness around daily mental, physical, and emotional wellness. Everything from remembering to drink water to maintaining relationships. Reflect on how you’re feeling with simple journaling tools. send gentle, encouraging push notifications reminders, rather than guilt or shame. Celebrate tiny victories in your personal activity log.

11. InnerHour selfcare therapy

InnerHour is a Self-Help Therapy Tools for Depression, Anxiety, Stress, Anger & Sleep Concerns.

Have you used any of this app before?

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6 thoughts on “My Top 10 Favorite Selfcare Apps

  1. These seem like wonderful apps! I definitely want to check out the Shine app. Also, I’m not sure why but WP doesn’t let me comment on your posts if I’m using mobile. Odd!

  2. Thanks for this post!

    I’ve used a few of the apps you listed, mainly the Calm app. I found using the apps were not for me because I got distracted. When I started taking my life coach classes, I began to meditate each morning and night, take quick naps during my lunch hour and at the end of each work day I would do a happy dance!

    I’ve also read 65 books this year (all due to COVID since I didn’t go anywhere) and I found some great authors that I don’t think I would have found otherwise.

    Thanks again for the post and I hope you continue to take care of yourself!

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