Keep your New Year's resolutions Video
Keep your New Year's resolutions Video Transcript
There are a lot of apps and web-based tools out there to help you follow through on your goals. The trick is to find one that agrees with you both in tactic and in style. Otherwise, it won't be likely to use the tool. For those people who like the idea of social motivation, download Everest, a free app for iPhone users. The interface is lovely and easy to use. Set your goals and identify the steps. The Apple sends you regular reminders to keep going, it even record photos from your journey. Within the app you can follow other users to cheer them on toward their goals and they can do the same for you. If you're motivated by money, then check out the website 21habit.com. So named because supposedly, it takes 21 days for something to become a habit. Just a short term goal and pay 21 bucks. For every day that you stick with your program you get $1 back. Each day you fail, $1 will be donated to charity. For the visually inclined, download the free Don't Break the Chain or the $3 daily goals. Both that you create goals and then track them on a calendar. In San Francisco, I'm Kara Tsuboi, CNET.com for CBS News.
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