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These Apps Will Help You Keep Your New Year's 2018 Resolutions

Resolution: Grow spiritually

App: Our Daily Bread

With this app from RBC Ministries—based on the best-selling Our Daily Bread devotional books—you get short, bite-sized pieces of spiritual wisdom right to your phone.

Resolution: Get in shape

App: MapMyRun from MapMyFitness

This award-winning app lets you easily map out local runs, find nearby trails and stay in touch with fellow runners.

Resolution: Eat healthier

App: MyFitnessPal’s Calorie Counter & Diet Tracker

With a massive database of foods, this app helps you follow your nutrition goals and track the calories in each of your meals. There’s even a bar code scanner for the grocery store!

Resolution: Spend less money

App: Spendee

The Spendee app helps you track your purchases and uses clear charts to show how your money is being spent each month, then gives you tools to help you stick to your budget.

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