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The Best Productivity App for Meal Planning, Goal Setting, and To-Do Lists

Andrew Merle
4 min readMar 16, 2023


Now that we’re already in the middle of March, a significant percentage of New Year’s resolutions have already failed.

Many New Year’s resolutions don’t even make it through January and only half of those who make promises to change their lives for the better are still successful after 6 months.

It’s incredibly challenging to start something new.

There are many obstacles and pitfalls out there to stop you or slow your progress.

I’ve learned that achieving long-term goals is primarily a result of small daily habits, done consistently over time.

A transition to an improved lifestyle must be done step-by-step to develop new habits, get acclimated to the new routine, and learn what works best for you.

It is also critical to have a realistic plan and track your progress every step of the way.

When I first began trying to improve my habits — from productivity to eating healthier — the amount of information was overwhelming. I wasn’t able to make sense of everything and prioritize the most important information.

This is because when I was just getting started, my systems left a lot to be desired — I was writing new information and ideas on sticky…



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