Here’s a list of my favorite services related to money, efficiency and general life improvement. I’ve personally used all of these and can attest to the quality of their content. Feel free to send me a message or leave a comment with any suggestions of resources you’ve found useful and I will gladly check them out!
This is a yoga app that I’ve been using every morning before work for the past couple of years. It helps me wake up and feel stretch out before jumping into my day. I use the free version of this app and that has worked well for me. They have various time frames for sessions ranging from 10 minutes to 55 minutes with additional time added on for Savasana. Definitely cheaper than a yoga studio!
Google Fi, previously Google Project Fi, is the cell phone service that my wife and I use. Our bill has been on average $70 ever since for both of us combined. The service, price and customer service all keep me coming back.
This is a free browser extension that runs in the background on your PC or phone. It sees when you’re on a website and then automatically pulls any active coupon codes for that site. Sometimes the coupon codes do not work, but it’s always worth checking to see if you can get something off of a purchase you were already planning on making!
Hoopla is similar to Libby in the sense that you add your library card and you can take out ebooks and audio books on your phone. So, why recommend both? I’ve found that Hoopla and Libby can have some different books from each other and sometimes if there is a wait for a book on one app, the other will have it. Which begs the question, why not have two library apps?
I’ve just recently discovered this app and I LOVE it. I have the hardest time just getting to the library, but this allows me to take ebooks and audio books out on my phone!! I’ve now replaced all of my mindless wait times with reading because I now constantly carry my books with me at all times.