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Smartphone Apps Helping Keep New Year's Resolutions


Need help keeping your New Year's Resolutions for 2012? There's an app for that.

Resolutions 2012 lets users choose goals, identify habits they need to change to meet them, and track progress.

The Daily Burn App for iPhone manages workouts and calorie counts.
Noom Weight Loss Coach for Android gives day-by-day tips on eating, working out and slimming down.

My Quit Coach from Livestrong is for those who want to kick butts in 2012. The app presents daily guidelines for quitting smoking gradually over time or helping you go cold turkey.

Quitter App for iPhone tallies how much money you've saved since putting down your last cigarette

Some of the apps are free. Are apps a good way to help you keep your resolution? Talk to any health expert to localize.

 

One of our clients made a resolution to lose weight 18 years ago. Coach Carla Ferrer lost 135 pounds in just 9 months and has kept it off ever since. She would be happy to weigh in on this one:

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