2018 is supposed to be the year of routine. Well, I love routine so this year is perfect for me. I thrive on organization, lists, etc. Yes, I’m a little Type A - but you probably already knew that.
Part of my awesome routining is using trackers to keep tabs on all sorts of different elements of my health.
I thought I would share with you the trackers I’ve got on employ this year in case they might be useful for you:
Sleep Cycle: This app is new to my tracking ways. It’s a tool you can use to learn more about your sleep cycle patterns. My favourite parts? You have to leave your phone lying next to you on your bedside table, however, you can put it on airplane mode to reduce EMF transmission. Also, it sets an alarm window as opposed to one set time and it will wake you during the best part of your sleep cycle so you feel less groggy.
Kindara: Cycle tracking has always been an important part of my life. Now that I am done breastfeeding I am extra focused on figuring out my menstrual cycle. I have used Kindara and am using it again now. It allows for all sorts of data entry including the key points of BBT (basal body temperature) and cervical mucus.
MyFitPal: Macro tracking. I’ve set some big physique goals this year as things got a bit weird after the one-year postpartum mark. I am tracking my macronutrient intake (think complex carbohydrates, lean proteins and healthy fats) using the MyFitnessPal app. I am also tracking measurements on this app, too.
Muse Meditation: Okay, admittedly I am still wrapping my head around this one! Muse has developed a super-cool meditation headband that tracks your brain waves. It pairs with their Muse meditation app that helps you track your meditation progress. This definitely takes meditation to the next level.
What trackers do you use to keep yourself in tip-top health? Leave me a comment below. I'd love to add more things to my routine.