Adulting has got to be one of the most intimidating parts of life. From birth, we’ve followed a rough "plan"; we knew what we were supposed to do next. Adulting can be jarring and it’s different for everyone. It can be graduating college, moving out to your first condo, or even just starting your first "real" job. To help ease your anxiety, we’ve rounded up some apps—because let’s face it, we’re always on our phones anyway—to help you get your life together.
1. Happy Fresh
Happy Fresh lets you go grocery shopping from the comfort of your own home. The app arranges for a trained personal shopper to buy everything on your virtual shopping cart and you can have it delivered right to your doorstep on your preferred time and date. It’s just as convenient as that corner store you’ve been buying your late night dinners from!
You’ll never have to borrow someone’s credit card again! By downloading the app, you get an instant virtual card that you can use to book flights, send money, pay bills, shop online, access several services like Uber, Netflix, Zalora, and more! PayMaya also comes with a Visa card that you can use offline, like in restaurants, groceries, and bookstores.
Para sa mga naka-free data diyan—FireChat lets you communicate with other people without a data plan. It connect phones that are less than 200 feet from one another. All you have to do is leave your Bluetooth and Wi-Fi turned on. It has public and private messages; don’t worry, the private messages are encrypted so no one else can read them. FireChat uses the cheapest and fastest connections so the messages travel through networks.
Every girl needs to understand her cycle and Clue is here to help. It is a period tracker, calculator, and calendar in one app! It can estimate when your next period is coming and sends you a reminder. It also predicts your fertility patterns and tracks your moods. The best part about Clue is that it does not sugar coat anything—no annoying euphemisms for vagina here.
5. Google Keep
This app resembles Evernote in that you can keep your photos, lists, and audio recordings, but with the look and feel of Gmail: it has labels and colors that can help you become more organized. The best part about Google Keep is its location-based reminders. For example, if you needed to go to the bank to deposit some cash, but completely spaced out about it, the app will alert you the next time you’re near the bank. Pretty awesome, right?!
Workflow is made for all you Type A folks out there! It’s a personal automation tool that lets you drag and drop different actions together. It connects all the apps in your device to help you get through everything you need to do for the day. The best part? You can create and personalize your own app with Workflow!
7. Stop, Breathe, & Think
Of course, everybody needs a break from adulting. This app will help you recognize each moment, remind you when you need to check-in with yourself, and broaden your perspectives. Slow down with Stop, Breathe, & Think’s meditation tips.
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