For the longest time, I’ve had Daylio as the application that was “supposed” to track my moods. I bought the app when it was very new and cost very little to get the Premium version (It’s still only a few bucks, but you know…). I just honestly haven’t been able to use it regularly. I’ll start to use it and then I just will ignore the reminder that pops up each day.
I love Daylio and it’s very customizable. I just get depressed and feel horrible when I’m recording so many low days and not able to click anything besides taking meds from my task list. I’m also having a horrible time keeping my attention on anything these days. Even my normal activities are not very interesting right now.
I’m very picky about what I want to watch. I’m not playing any video games. I’m struggling pretty badly to get my reading done. Or finding anything to read that I find pleasant. Which is torture for a bookworm. I’ve found a new app that I want to try. It looks cute and I’m hoping that it’ll help me get more active in my own mental health care.
It looks like fun and I love the little bird pet. So I’m hoping that means it’ll help me stay focused. It has SOS, Soundscapes, Movements, Breathe, Quizzes, Reflections, and Goals. The SOS skills involve Regroup Time, A Step Toward Healing, Rant Zone, Anxiety Breathing, Panic Breathing, Depression Quiz, Anxiety Quiz, Forest Soundscapes, and Rain Soundscapes. It all revolves around helping level up your little pet and mental health care.
Going to give it a try while I’m out of town. We’ll see how that goes and then I’ll get back to you on my opinion of the app. Does anyone else have an app they’d like the recommend? The market seems flooded with these kinds of apps, but I’m not sure how many are actually effective or affordable. I love Headspace, but it’s $69.99 a year. There’s some free stuff on their Youtube, but after trying the demo of the app, I really just wish I could do the actual program.
Crossing my fingers on the Finch. Until next time, guys! Thanks for reading.