Thanks for purchasing Habit Stacking: 97 Small Life Changes That Take Five Minutes or Less.
As you've probably seen, there are a LOT of links within the book.
So I've compiled this short list to help you quickly find a specific tool, app or resource.
Here is a complete list (in order of their appearance within the book):
- Fruit and vegetable consumption among adults – fewer than 50 percent of American adults fulfill their recommended daily amount of fruit
- Mini Habits: Small Habits, Bigger Results – book by Stephen Guise on how to stick to a larger habit by starting “stupidly small”
- Lift.do – an app you can use to create accountability by telling others
- StayFocusd or Cold Turkey – apps that will block your access to tempting websites and software when you should be working
- Coffitivity – a website that simulates the background noise of a busy coffee shop
- YouTube and Spotify – websites where you can find productivity playlists compiled by other people
- study of elite musicians – Study: The role of deliberate practice in the acquisition of expert performance.
- e.ggtimer.com – a website to help you use the Pomodor techinique
- RescueTime – a very helpful software application for tracking how you spend your time on the computer
- Evernote – an electronic program you can use to make notes on your computer or mobile device
- iDoneThis – an app you can use to write down a list of everything you achieved
- Catalog Choice and UnRoll.me – services to help you streamline the process of unsubscribing from junk email
- Why “Broken Windows” Cause You to Feel Overwhelmed and Out of Control – my DGH post on broken window ideas
- http://www.ocpnet.org/ – visit to learn how to package your expired coupons and send them to a military base
- Inspirational passages – a webpage with a collection of great passages
- Weight loss recipes and bariatric health news – an article that shows you why you should weigh yourself every morning
- MyFitnessPal – a tool that provides an accurate measurement of the food you’re eating
- FitDay – an online nutrition tool that will help you determine if you’re getting the recommended daily amount of each vitamin
- Choosing the Right Vitamins – a WebMD article on how to find the right vitamin
- What is the Best Dose of Nature and Green Exercise for Improving Mental Health? A Multi-Study Analysis – a study published by the Environmental Science & Technology journal
- Wikipedia.org – where you can read an article per day to expand your knowledge; the main page offers a daily featured article
- TED – gives access to inspiring lectures from the most visionary leaders of our time
- Upworthy – website that aggregates inspiring videos
- Mood Booster – a shared playlist of positive and upbeat songs on Spotify
- Evernote or Remember the Milk – great apps for creating logical checklists
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