Free Phone Apps to get you in shape and organized

New Years Eve is tomorrow and two of my goals/resolutions for the new year is to eat better and stay organized. I am on my iphone all of the time so why not use it to help me with my goals.

I did some research and found some great apps to help you eat better and to be more organized.

When you have to write or track everything you eat it makes you think twice before eating that cupcake.

Apps to help you eat healthier:

myfitnesspal-free-use on iphone,ipad, android,blackberry and windows phone

–tallies up your calories you eat each day. You can also track any exercise you do that day

imapmyfitness-free-use on iphone,ipad,ipodtouch

–tracking app uses your GPS to track your outdoor workouts

lose it-free-use it on iphone,ipod touch, ipad

–estimate of calories on the food that you eat, exercise database where you can calculate calories burned. It also gives you daily calorie budget

weight watchers mobile-free-use on iphone,ipad and android

–track food and activity, cheat sheets-best advice on what to eat when you eat at a restaurant, barcode scanner will tell you how many WW points, recipes

When you are more organized you can eliminate some of your stress in your life.

Apps to help you be more organized:

Mint-free-use on android, IOS, windows phone

–manage your budget and savings goals

Remember the Milk-free-use on iphone

–add to do lists, syncs with online version, organize with due dates, priorities and more

Ziplist-free-use on apple or android

–database of recipes, add ingredients to your shopping list, you can also email the shopping list to others

Red Laser-free-use on apple, android, windows phone

–scan barcodes to see how much they cost from a competitor

Groupon-free-use on apple, blackberry and windows phone

–local daily deals, track and redeem deals straight from your phone

Intuition+Mom’s Personal Assistant-free-use on iphone

–syncs with your google calendar, lists, calendars, mom tips and more

I have already downloaded some of these and plan on downloading more.

What are your favorite apps to help better manage your life and help you stay more organized?





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Tiggly Review

My daughter is in preschool and they have been working on learning shapes. I found the perfect toy that will help her learn shapes and have tons of fun at the same time.

Her new favorite toy is called Tiggly .

Tiggly is a learning company that has a new way to educate children in this digital age. Tiggly comes with 4 shapes that are used to interact with learning apps on your Ipad.(all generations are supported) There is also 3 free apps that are included:

Tiggly Safari: use the Tiggly shapes to create animals from the jungle, farm and sea

Tiggly Stamp: use Tiggly shapes to build seasonally themed scenes. There is also an option to voice record and camera options so the kids or parents can tell stories and save what they created

Tiggly Draw: use Tiggly shapes to create funny faces and more

A felt carrying pouch is also included to hold your Tiggly shapes.

Tiggly is designed for children ages 18 months to 4 years old. The cost is $29.99.

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My daughter was so excited when the box came. The first day we received Tiggly she played with the apps for over an hour. My son who is six really enjoys playing with it and creating his own masterpieces. I really like how it saves your projects and I can look back and see what they have created. The carrying pouch is so nice I don’t have to go searching around the house for the shapes I always know where they are at. All three of the apps are so much fun and my daughter even repeats the shapes back and can easily match up the shapes. She didn’t know her shapes very well before using Tiggly but now she does and she has hours of educational fun right at her fingertips. I would highly recommend Tiggly to all parents.

I received the above product in exchange for a review.  I only recommend products that I use and believe my readers will like.. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

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