Always on the go? Can't keep track of your fitness let alone your wellbeing? Look no further.
It can be really difficult to ensure you have enough sleep and get enough steps in. Especially when you are already so busy ruling the world. However, with the multitude of do-it-all fitness trackers on the market, this simply shouldn’t be a problem worthy of your time anymore. The Fitbit app (available for Apple/Android devices) is not only incredibly easy to use but also compatible with a handful of other useful apps. It also happens to be aesthetically appealing. If you’re not already part of team #fitnesstracket then we think that it’s about time you got your act together!
Linkedin: This one is pretty self explanatory- a woman has got to keep connected. LinkedIn is a brilliant networking tool. It should be a permanent feature on your phone, even if you’re not looking.
Viva is a recent discovery but a front runner none the less. We all know how busy life can get; between jobs,side hustles and projects, it can be hard to meet new people. Enter Viva, the Tinder of female friendships. Log into the app, write a short bio about yourself and get swiping! Much like it’s dating counterpart, if you get a match you are able to message each other and hopefully get to know some pretty cool people.
The ultimate note taking app, Evernote is used by millions to write, organise and share notes on any device so that you can pick up whatever project you are working on whenever and wherever you are. As much as we love the traditional pen and paper, there is no denying how frustrating it can be when you can’t access certain notes. Evernote solves that problem for you. Perfect for staying ahead in a constantly changing world.
A strange one perhaps, but we maintain that Clue could possibly be the most important app on this list. It is one of the best period trackers out there. Clue allows you to not only track your bleeding, but also enter data like mood swings, sleep, cravings, mental health and much more. No one likes having their period creep up on them, so make sure to check Clue out and save yourself a load of future grief.
Now you’ve had a peek at our most valuable apps, make sure to comment below sharing some of yours!
Author: Isobel Morrice
Isobel Morrice is a lipstick addict, language graduate and long-time lifestyle and beauty blogger. In her spare time she likes to play GTA V, take the perfect Instagram photo or (funds allowing) visit her hometown of Hong Kong.