Handy iPhone Apps I Use To Guide Me Through The Day

Do you get all your shit done✔️? If yes, that’s great. Then you probably won’t need this article. Curious anyway? Then keep reading 😊.

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Too much of something is never good.

Now let’s start.

Organisation

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Physical & mental health

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Green is good, red not so much.

Education

6 — Audible: audiobooks for your commute to work, or to accompany you on your journey to your daily 10,000 steps. Reaching the 10,000 steps sometimes requires me to walk for 1,5 hours or more, depending on the pace. Without something to listen to, I wouldn’t last. I recommend to educate yourself while walking yourself healthy and fit.

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One of my go-to podcast shows The Darius Foroux Show.

Productivity

9 — I often default into slacking off. I hate it and I’m not content with it. I might grab my phone to check out one thing, and before I know it I’m scrolling on Instagram. Or I automatically go to YouTube and binge-watch one talent show after the other. Suddenly, 2 hours have gone by.

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Total time spent slacking off per category.
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Per time batch, and type of app you were playing on.

The golden Chrome extension for the computer

A handy helper for you desktop Chrome users out there is the ‘Go F*cking Work’ extension. It blocks websites you want to avoid forever. In case you are weak and try to go to your favourite slacking off website, you will be redirected to a page telling you to go f$ck yourself or to go f$cking work. You can even choose in what language you want to be cursed at🖕. The luxury. But it does help.

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The beautiful screen you will be redirected to if you try to slack off and go to a ‘forbidden’ website.

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