Daylio is a free app (with a premium option) available for download on both apple and android. It's effortless to set-up and tremendously useful when creating new goals or trying to stick to old ones. Self-proclaimed a journaling app, Daylio tracks your moods and activities easily and with a simple to use layout. Most importantly, it helps monitor progress in any area of your life, and what you monitor nearly always improves.
I discovered Daylio after wanting to know how many good days vs. bad days I was experiencing with my chronic illnesses. I felt like I only had 4-5 good days before I got sick again, and I began wondering if there was a pattern somewhere. All I had to do was log it. But how? Tracking my activities and moods was what I needed to do, I just had to find a simple way to do it.
Using Daylio's tracking, I could finally answer the burning question, "How many days in a row have I had a headache?" (the answer is three, by the way.)
Imagine the kinds of patterns you'll discover.
Daylio is so simple my grandmother could use it, but it can also back up your data to Google Drive or export a CSV doc to Excel. You can even add a security pin so only you can see what you're feeling, what you're doing, or what you're tracking.
For getting back to the basics, I highly recommend this app over another that requires more time and effort- that inevitably you won't follow through with anyway.
Give Daylio a try. It's easy to set up, takes next to no time every day, and gives you amazing results and statistics for anything you want to monitor and improve.
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