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Did This Lots

Year long challenges for a better you

Did This Lots is a site for tracking year long challenges. Whether you want to do 10,000 Pull ups, read 100 books or run 1000 km. See how far you've gone, how little you have to do each day to achieve huge results.

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Productive has all the tools you need to build a routine of positive, life changing habits. Build good habits. Organize your life.

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Hannah Zenkova
Hannah Zenkova- CEO at Talk to Ri | English for Tech
I use this one as habits tracker. It's great and fun to manage daily routine :)
Andrea Magee
Andrea Magee- Communications Consultant
I like the setup of Productive, which allows you to create reoccurring habits from their list, or you can create your own. The interface is pleasant to use - it's one of the few apps I allow notifications on.
Yura Poleschuk
Yura Poleschuk
This is a brilliant app. Separate out habits you're building from the tasks on your to-do list, and let this simple app remind and encourage you to make positive behaviors happen. Takes the load of remembering to call mom every week, or meditate each day, or drink extra water off of my distracted, unreliable memory AND my cluttered, overwhelming to-do lists … See more
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Lifehacker
Tracking your habits is a great way to keep an eye on your progress for a variety of self-improvement goals, and you have an insane number of apps for doing so on the iPhone. However, when it comes to performance and ease of use, we like Productive, because it blends simplicity with the statistics you want to see.
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We create products for pessimists.

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unspiration - Inspirational posters were unironically hung on the walls of offices around the world for a brief period of time, but Instagram photos sharing a si...
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Simple and beautiful habit tracker

everydayCheck helps you form new habits and get things done by working on things EVERY DAY.

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Joan Boixadós
Joan Boixadós- Doing things every day at
Don't break the chain! Minimalistic app with a nice overview of your habits and progress. It also has reminders to keep you on track :)
Helder S Ribeiro
Helder S Ribeiro- Software engineer and aspiring teacher
I can't count the number of days I got something done just because I wanted to "please" everydayCheck. That's when you know a habit tracker works. Everything else is fluff. And it's elegant and to the point.
Joan Boixadós
Joan Boixadós- Doing things every day at
It helps you work towards your goals every day.
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smooth lists to structure your ideas into actionable steps 😎

Work with simple and beautiful designed lists to structure your thoughts, ideas and projects into actionable steps. momentum is a powerful web-application:

- loosely based on GTD (inbox, projects, someday, next-steps, review...)

- offline mode (PWA)

- automated next steps

- endless nesting of projects and tasks

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Create a poster that affirms your 2018 $$ Goal

A little over a week ago I had the thought of creating a poster that would serve as a constant reminder of my financial goal for 2018. I figured other people might want the same thing -- so I made this.

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Indie Hackers
A week ago I had the thought of creating a poster that would serve as a constant reminder of my financial goal for 2018. Naturally, I figured other people might want the same thing -- especially in the Indie Hacker sect. There's something about a written goal and consistent affirmation that helps you push forward step-by-step.
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Our success is directly tied to our ability to make decisions effectively.

This pocket-sized journal will allow you to reduce hindsight bias and will help you to make better decisions.

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Farnam Street
Decision journals are an easy way to improve your ability to make decisions over time. In most organizations today, your product is decisions. By and large, your success will be the sum of the decisions you make over your career. The problem is it's not easy to get better at making decisions.
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