LazyHabit

Retrain your habits with visualization practice

After the initial excitement, it's hard to keep up with the new routine. Our minds will naturally resist the change, and that's where visualization practice comes in.

Mentally rehearsing your routine helps you overcome anxiety of the unknown, build up self-confidence, and rewires your brain to accept your new routine as the new normal.

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Eva Chen
Eva ChenMaker@evactivate · Creator of LazyHabit
Hi everyone, I'm happy to finally share what has been a 2-years-long passion project. Though admittedly I might have procrastinated some of those time. I hope this app contributes something new to the productivity space as my focus is on helping people start, which can be harder than doing the habit itself. The app uses mini routines and a dash of gamification to help users build habits in a relaxed and stress-free way. One cool feature that I recommend checking out is being able launch other apps as part of the routine. For example, if you're trying to be more consistent about using awesome apps like Headspace (meditation) or MyFitnessPal (diet, fitness), you can incorporate that in your mini routines. A goal that has heavily influenced my design process is building a positive and anticipation-based relationship with habits, instead of an anxious, guilt-tripped one that plagues a lot of the habit tracking apps. Overall, I think helping people stick with habits for the long run is more important than worrying about whether they do it perfectly. As a solo founder and being a first release, it is currently limited to iOS and English for now. Hopefully that will change this year though. It's free to install and require no signup. Would love to hear what you guys think!