Alternative products to Tookapic 3.0

10 alternative and related products to Tookapic 3.0

Tookapic 3.0

Capture your life with one photo a day (365 Project).

Perfect New Year's resolution.

Tookapic is where people share their everyday photos and stories. It's where they learn photography by simply taking photos. The goal is to take photo every day for a year.

10 Alternatives to Tookapic 3.0

The simplest, most effective way to be happier every day

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Fadeke Adegbuyi
Fadeke Adegbuyi- Social Media & Content Marketing @Doist
This is an awesome tool to practice gratitude and mindfulness. It really shouldn't take you more than 2.5 minutes in the morning and 2.5 minutes in the afternoon to answer a set of questions that prime you for the day and let you reflect on how it unfolded.
John Ababseh
John Ababseh- Epiphany Enthusiast
I like this app, super simple and easy to use!
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The Hustle
When I first heard about the Five Minute Journal, I thought it was a complete scam. Their website said this journal can "prime your brain" and "cultivate gratitude." But how can a journal make you happier? I've never used a physical journal to write down what I was feeling.
Idownloadblog
The Five Minute Journal app description claims it to be the simplest and most effective way to become happier in five minutes a day. Having used the physical journal for several months, I can definitely witness some positive changes in my life, which are ultimately making me happier.
29 Alternatives to Five Minute Journal App

A micro journal to capture your thoughts and stay organised

Sunset is a micro journal that helps you capture your thoughts and stay organized.

- Write quick entries anytime, anywhere

- Use happy and sad animations to express your moods and feelings

- Write entries fast with your own templates

- Put your entries into sections and subsections by drag-and-drop

- Customize with your favorite colors, prompts etc

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16 Alternatives to Sunset

Save links, write notes, and organize files and messages from all your apps in one place.

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Ycombinator
From an initial read through the ToS and Privacy Policy I don't get the impression that they're going for a zero-knowledge model where data is processed on a client, so that means that their server-side apps will need to access/process my personal data as part of provision of the service.
Noteworthy - The Journal Blog
We started Journal excited to answer a single question. What would be possible if our information - about people, projects, and ideas - was connected and easily accessible? In a year after closing our Seed funding round, we've started moving towards an answer. We are building a new kind of Journal.
TechCrunch
In today's world of Slack, email and a gazillion other web apps and services, it's become increasingly hard to search for information. Did your boss Slack you or email you that information about your bonus? Or did they share it via a Google Doc? Who knows? Clearly not you, but Journal k...
6 Alternatives to Journal
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