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Starting Fresh: Preparing to Conquer 2023

January 10, 2023
Well, friends, we made it to 2023! Happy New Year!!

A new year means a chance to start fresh and focus on fostering positive habits, like eating healthier, exercising, improving mental health, and working on time management skills. It’s easy to say that we will practice new patterns in the new year. Still, staying focused, motivated, and connected with the resources that will increase our likelihood of success can often be very difficult. Below is a list of apps, YouTube channels, and podcasts to help arm you with the resources you need to knock your 2023 goals out of the park!

2023 new year journey suggestions
Mental Health

Apps: BetterHelp – Therapy, Headspace: Mindful Meditation, I Am – Daily Affirmations

YouTube Channel: @MeditativeMind

Podcasts: The Happiness Lab, Therapy for Black Girls, Cleaning Up the Mental Mess with Dr. Caroline Leaf, Radio Headspace


Apps: I Am Sober, Quitzilla, Sober Sidekick

Podcasts: The Addicted Mind Podcast, That Sober Guy Podcast, Soberful the Podcast, Sober Awkward

Goal Setting/Motivation

Apps: Dreamfora: Daily Goal Setting, Loop Habit Tracker, Fabulous Daily Routine Planner

YouTube Channel: @ETTheHipHopPreacher

Podcasts: Motivation with Brendon Burchard, The Science of Success, The Goal Digger, TED Talks Daily, The Good Life Project


Apps: FitOn Workouts & Fitness Plans, FitBit app, MyFitnessPal: Calorie Counter, Lifesum: Healthy Eating & Diet, MealPrepPro Meal Planner, Able: Personalized Weight Care

YouTube Channel: @TheMealPrepManual

Podcasts: FoundMyFitness, The Exam Room, Diet Starts Tomorrow, The Stronger By Science Podcast

Financial Wellness

Apps: Mint: Budget & Track Bills, Acorns: Save & Invest, Ibotta: Save & Earn Cash Back

Podcasts: DIY Money, BiggerPockets Money Podcast, Planet Money

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