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Monday, January 26, 2015

U.S. Cellular Helps to Stay on Track

This is the first new year that I've started with an iPhone 5s in my hand. While I don't think a smart phone is a fundamental element to happiness and success I do see benefits to having one, especially when setting goals and staying organized.

I may still use a paper planner but being able to pull out the phone at the grocery store to check a recipe for ingredients helps me meal plan. Showing the gas station clerk a text for savings at the gas pump helps my budget. The list could go on. Help while on the go isn't the only benefit to a smart phone.

What about an app that helps you lose weight or get in shape? Runtastic Six Pack can allow you to create plans from home that help you do just that.  Pair that with Up by Jawbone which is a fitness wristband that can track what you eat and the activity that you do throughout the day.

Need a best to-do list and task manager? Get the app any.do to help keep you organized. 

Saving money is usually a resolution for everyone in the new year. The app Check can help! The free app allows users to link bills, bank accounts and credit cards. The app will notify users  when a payment is coming up and even lets users set up automatic payments.

All this in the palm of your hand. No more searching through papers on your desk, forgetting to pay a bill, and so on.  Those looking for help sticking with some of the most common New Year’s resolutions can use U.S. Cellular’s 4G LTE network, with speeds of up to 10 times faster than 3G to download some of the most helpful apps onto their smartphones and tablets.

Disclaimer: This post sponsored by U.S. Cellular Blogger Brigade but all opinions are my own.   

1 comment:

  1. I tried organizing on my phone, with shopping list apps, calendars complete with notifications, and managed to not buy everything I need and missed a dentist appointment. Apparently, my brain only works when it sees things written down right in front of my nose.



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