7 Calendar Apps That Will Help You Live Healthier Life
Forgot to do your workout schedule today? Or maybe you don't remember your next visit to the dentist? (I won't blame you for that!) Or don't remember when your last period started? (This is for women of course). OK. Why should you?
There are many calendar apps that will help you keep track of all these things. And most of them are free. Here is a collection of seven of the best ones.
1. Period Calendar
Ladies, this period calendar is for you. I know it's hard to always remember when your last period was and to know when to expect the next. This calendar does both for you. You can check when your next period is expected to be, you can store the dates in history. You can even figure out your most fertile dates and expected birthday of your future baby. Just in case you are looking to conceive of course.
The app is entirely web-based and free, and being improved with the time.
2. Diet Tracking Calendar
This tracking calendar is really feature rich. You are getting diet tracking calendar, daily weight tracking, water servings tracking, activity journal, and meal plans, all for free. The app also has a paid version where for a modest fee you can also have a photo gallery, diet journal, chat with buddies, see charts and graphs, and participate in weight loss competitions.
This calendar is for the seriously interested in their health and expects some level of commitment. I'm personally not that detailed in watching what I eat but I know people who are. If you are one of them this calendar will be great tool for you.
3. Pregnancy Weight Tracker
Here's one more for the ladies because we love you. This simple calculator will let you figure out what should be your weight in the upcoming weeks of your pregnancy. You are entering your weight from before you get pregnant and the app will draw charts showing you where you should be. Optionally you can enter your current weight to see also where you are now compared to the recommended ranges by the app.
It's a simple thing but free and easy to use.
4. Food and Health Communications Calendar
This isn't exactly an application. It's an online calendar sharing various health-related events and holidays. For example for March this year I can see there is Spinach day, which sounds pretty cool :) The page allows easy adding to your own Google calendar.
5. Week-by-Week Pregnancy Calendar
Here's another app for ladies who will have a baby. The calendar is web based and very easy to use. Just click on a week from your pregnancy and see how the baby is supposed to grow.
It's not an application in fact but just a static list of pages. Even then it's very useful.
6. JEFIT Workout and Bodybuilding App
JEFIT is a mobile calendar application for managing your fitness and workout activities. There is routine planner, statistics and progress tracking, two way synchronization, lifting logs, exercise database, resting timer, stopwatch timer, and all that in the free Android version. There is also PRO version with even more features, available for Android and Iphone.
7. Personal Fitness Calendar
The Walmart Personal Fitness Calendar is a free web based application. It's really simple: you just click on a day and you can add activity there. You can also get ideas for activities for each day. That's it, pretty simple but useful.
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