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An online journalling tool that allows users to write 750 or more words and then analyses them afterwards.
Tagged as ‘the happiest place on the internet’, gratitude log does what it says on the box. With links to twitter, you can share the love with everyone.
Some will be more useful than others, but this website provides some interesting prompts to get the thoughts flowing.
An online tool you can use to set goals and targets GTD style. This is probably one of the best versions I’ve seen.
This website has a podcast containing free meditations. It also contains a lot of useful information about the benefits of meditating and how to make the most of them.
OhLife is a simple way to develop a daily journaling practice. Once you sign up, you’ll receive a daily email containing a prompt. Simply reply, and your answers will be stored in private on the website, ready to view at any time.
A fun online tool that provides a single-word prompt and gives you 60 seconds to write about it.
Another online journalling tool with free and paid sign-up options. Users can add pictures to their posts and there is a handy search function for old entries too.
SuperBetter helps you achieve your health goals by providing you with games and challenges that build your resilience.
Start a home yoga practice with Yoga Download’s video and audio tracks. Download or stream classes lasting anything between 20 minutes and 1.5 hours. Some classes are available for free and the site’s monthly memberships are cost-effective compared to attending live classes.
Bloom* combines well-being with entertainment to provide you with daily reminders that encourage you to develop positive habits in a fun and friendly way.
Juice helps you connect your daily activities to your energy levels and learn how sleep, diet and exercise affect how you feel.
A positive psychology app based on the research of psychology professor Dr. Sonia Lyubomirski.
Enjoy a rejuvenating power nap with Pzizz. Pzizz Sleep is designed to help with insomnia, while Pzizz Energiser is ideal for a revitalising post-lunch snooze.
A desktop application for Mac operating systems that helps time meditation or relaxation practice.
meeSleep tracks your nightly sleep time and keeps track of how much sleep debt you have.
My Wonderful Days Lite is a journaling app that helps you keep track of your daily thoughts and emotions.
An online workbook that uses Cognitive Behavioural Therapy techniques to enable users to become more aware of their thought patterns and emotional responses.
Two 30-week sentence completion exercises, one for self-esteem and the other for self-responsibility.
Tiny Habits is a free week-long email course that is designed to help you create new habits. The course is run by Dr BJ Fogg from Stanford University and provides a thought-provoking system for developing new healthy behaviours.
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