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It's like sending a tweet, so you can keep tracking through thick and thin. No matter how busy you are. For years to come.Entry Flow
Build your own personal hashtag list to quickly say which of the things in your life make you happy each day.Multi Hashtags
At-a-glance mood summaries based on location or hashtags.Quick Insights
Break out of a cramped mobile screen to deep dive into your data.Augmented Reality
Tracking your happiness is the first step to improvement. Once you have enough data, it’s time to make your first change. Then, keep tracking to see whether the change made things better or worse.
We’ve created a video that explains how to get the most out of the Changes screen in the appWatch Video
Our blog has ideas on what you might change for the better…
We avoid making big changes in our lives, staying in abusive relationships or jobs we hate because we’re terrified of uncertainty.
It can be difficult to stop and count the reasons everything’s brilliant when you’re late for work and rushing to get dressed and out of the door.
Instead of letting beliefs control our lives, we can experiment with alternatives and measure the outcome.
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Changes looks as good as it does thanks to Ian Mizon.More of Ian's work
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