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December 2014

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5 to help you keep your New Year's resolutions APPS L O S E W E I G H T A N D G E T F I T : MyFitnessPal MyFitnessPal is an easy- to-use calorie counter with over 4 million foods in its database. Use it to keep track of your food intake and exercise, and watch those extra pounds fall off. S A V E M O N E Y A N D D E C R E A S E D E B T : Mint Mint pulls in your personal finance accounts and investments information to one place. Making it simple to track your spending, create a budget, get bill reminders, and save more money. A N O T H E R Y E A R M E A N S another set of New Year's resolutions. There's just something about this time of year that makes us want to better ourselves, but it can be quite difficult to follow through on New Year's resolutions, especially without any help or support. Luckily, technology exists in the palm of our hands now to help us achieve our goals. Try these five (free) mobile apps to help you stick to your resolutions and make your goals a reality. L E A R N S O M E T H I N G N E W : Snapguide Snapguide is a simple way to discover new things to cook, build, wear, play, and more, with step-by- step how-to guides. T R A V E L M O R E : Kayak Kayak will help search for the best deals on your next travel destination. Use its smart travel search for hotel, flight and car bookings. It even has a currency converter. R E A C H Y O U R G O A L S : Lift Lift helps you put your goals into action. Stay on track with peer coaching, and record your progress with an easy check-in system. Lift By Terry Ng Know & Tell Tech tips 14

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