I spent 2 hours sorting out my ios apps. I decided to put them in different folders as it makes my screen less messy or congested. My current favourite apps are Flipboard, Pinterest, Tumblr and Reddit. If you use them correctly, you can actually learn lots of new stuff. For example, I joined UKPersonalFinance on Reddit to see how other fellow UK residents manage their money and I found out via Flipboard that Refinery29 has a full series of posts about how women from different background and salaries spend their money on a daily/monthly basis. There is a similar post on Glamour too. This gives me a real insight into how women use their money, how they budget and where they to spend it to get the best out of their life. Did you know light therapy sauna is a thing? Can’t wait to act like an aristocrat LOL. Gotta always find new ways to treat yourself, right?
My next favourite app is Deliveroo which is awesome in Guilford as you can order your favourite restaurants’ food from the comfort of your home. Unfortunately, they don’t deliver in East London yet so I’ll have to use it as much as I can before going back home.
I have recently bought the premium feature for MangaRock and I do not regret it all. I am always reading some random manga so I might as well pay for ads removal and other extra features. Speaking of Manga and Anime, I have downloaded MAL and Kitsu to organise the list of anime I watch or want to watch. It is really simple and nice but I have to be honest I usually forget to update them as I am more of a manga reader.
I have suffered irregular period cycles for more than 10 years, but the past couple of years, I have been getting them every month although, the date can occasionally be wrong according to my stress level and lifestyle. I was sick of trying to keep track of it and excel was a mess. Thankfully, IOS has apps for most of my needs and that’s how I found out about Clue. It is a very simple app that explains to me what every cycle means, what my body is doing and what symptoms I may be feeling. It also gives me an extensive range of tracking features, from pain levels, medications to physical and sexual activities. WOW, this just sounded like a PR sponsored review, haha.
Another health-related app that I downloaded is UVLens which is a simple but very effective tool to measure UV lights. It also reminds me to wear and reapply sunscreen periodically and tells me how long I can safely stay out in the sun according to your SPF. A great tool for summer holidays.
Because I really suck at washing my clothes correctly and dry cleaning can be expensive after paying off your rent and bills, I downloaded a laundry app which scans the fabric tag and tells you the right instructions to wash them in the machine. It is a cool little app, but if I have to be honest, I usually just chuck all my clothes in.