Many people may think this is similar to FaceTime, but this app allows you to have a virtual houseparty with up to 8 people. It allows you to connect with your friends as well as play games together – making it far more engaging and interactive than FaceTime.
This app doesn’t replace having a glass of wine with your friend, but is a good alternative if you want to feel connected with others (whilst in your own home!)
Rated #91 in Lifestyle in the App store, Daylio enables you to keep a journal… without ever typing! You’re able to pick moods and add activities to understand your habits better, as well as setting goals to build new habits and become more productive.
Having a track record of your daily moods and activities helps to identify patterns, finding what has a positive effect on your day, prompting you to do more of these things!
Researchers continue to look at the effects of positive thinking and optimism, but it is suggested that there are many health benefits from better cardiovascular health to increased life span. All of the apps above approach positivity in a different ways, so it could be that one of these can work for you and can be included into your daily life.
Have you got other apps that have helped you stay positive? We would love to hear about them!