We all need a little help from time to time and there are already tons of apps out there that are great for tapping our feelings, be it as a full journal or something else. Moodmonk is an interesting take on an existing idea because while it helps you record your mood, it also helps improve it.
The idea is simple: Moodmonk asks you how you are doing in the morning and at night and you tell it. But where things differ are the exercises that you are asked to perform based on your previous answer. So say you are anxious and you may be told to consider something that makes you happy for 12 seconds, for example.
Sounds simple right? That’s because it is, but Moodmonk offers personalized content based on your responses, something your average journal app can’t do.
[Moodmonk] will determine what type of day you seem to be having and suggest personalized positive content, daily affirmations, exercises, and thoughts for daily reflection to help you get energized, motivated, and feel a little better. These include a wide variety of topics and activities, such as daily self-care, completing gratitude journals, stress management and stress relief, breathing exercises, goal setting, and much more.
The exercises they can give you include both physical and mental, but the idea is always the same: improve your mood and that, right now of all time, is all we can really hope for.
I strongly suggest that you consult Moodmonk today, even if you think your sanity is on the brink. You have nothing to lose and much to win.
You can download Moodmonk from the App Store right now. It’s free with an optional in-app purchase that unlocks additional features.
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