5 apps to help with your 2023 resolutions

Published on
January 5th, 2023
Category
How To
It's the moment of truth. Are you going to keep those resolutions? Here are some new tools to help.
The holidays are over and now it’s that time of the year. Everyone’s talking about resolutions, even at the risk of starting an unexpected debate on Twitter.
We’re happy to say that the chatter is positive here on Product Hunt. Resolutions shared by community members include launching side projects, reading more, and prioritizing mental health.
So here are a handful of products that can help, and we hope they inspire you to start the year with positivity (2023 might need it!)
24me
24me
24me is a productivity app that’s been around for a long time compared to newcomer calendar and task apps. Started back in 2013, the app gained success out the gate. The Apple Store included 24me in its editorial articles of the best productivity apps, and the app still boasts a strong rating in the App Store (4.5 stars). Yesterday, the 24me co-founders launched a new version. The biggest update is probably the Apple Watch app, which keeps you on top of tasks and lets you quickly complete them. In all, there are over 30 new features including a “procrastination fighter” that “keeps looking for the right slot on the calendar to remind you about past due tasks.”
Notion Resolutions Board
Notion Resolutions Board
Notion Resolutions Board comes from serial Notion-community maker, Easlo. The board includes 6 templates to help you with various resolutions, with options for habit tracking, expense tracking, meal planning, and more.
Visualize Habits
Visualize Habits
Visualize Habits is particularly helpful for people who fear being defeated by resolutions. A calculator helps you visualize the compounding effect of your tiny habits. I.e. Even if you don’t master the guitar, 4 hours of learning so far is pretty impressive!
Dry January Challenge
Dry January Challenge
Dry January offers a simple way to work on resetting your alcohol consumption by sending you one text per day to log your progress and celebrate with others.
Sunnyside is a new app that’s all about helping you cut back if you’re looking for a more long-term solution to being mindful of drinking without the pressure to quit. It includes tools such as drink tracking in the app or by text, data insights into your habits (including gains like more sleep), and chat with real-life coaches.
Commit
Commit
Commit helps you visualize your habits and goals without the pressure of a longer-term streak.
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Published on
January 5th, 2023
Category
How To
Comments (21)
Swati Navalkar
Android Developer
Nice! 'Commit' seems interesting to me. I love seeing those shades of green representing our work.
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Hidayt Rahman
Frontend Engineer
@swatinavalkar Yes I will definitely try this
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Omar Abbas
Graphic designer
Thanks for sharing!
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Rex Xander
Too scared to launch
Just like Kelly, my resolution is to get more attention 😄
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Sarah Wright
Storyteller @ Product Hunt
@aiplainly I see you, Rex
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Carla Bourgouin
Product Manager. Check new app
Thanks for sharing!
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Moon
Enthusiastic Content Writer.
Great info! thanks for sharing this.
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