Apps and Books That Help With Work-Life Balance


A promising app for families that comes with a color-coded calendar, recipe box, to-do lists, shopping lists, and more.

You only need one account since the Cozi Family Organizer can be shared with the entire family.

It includes some fine free features such as a super easy-to-use calendar where you can edit/add appointments, share grocery lists, set reminders, share to-do lists, etc.

It provides accessing all this from anywhere and of course, ease of searching (which means you don’t have to turn your fancy bag upside-down to find your grocery list and embarrass yourself at the supermarket).



Timetune for Android or ATracker for iOS

These brilliant apps help you convert calendar entries and track work, activities, work and more into beautiful reports in bar and pie formats.

They assist you by creating different graphs for different time periods and tasks to help you understand your time-saving analysis.



This app brings you psychologist-designed tools that help you address depression, anxiety, and stress, based on mindfulness meditation, health/mood tracking, CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), and relaxation.

Need to calm down?

Use any audio exercise out of twenty-five that includes muscle relaxation, deep breathing, and more.

Rate your feelings and moods during the day and also add specific notes to notice patterns that will help you improve over time.



By John C Bogie

Bogie has delivered hundreds of lectures to college students and professional groups, Enough and this book is inspired by that.

With insights on what one should consider as a true treasure in life and money, life lessons and values one should emulate in professional callings, this book is a must-read.

The Four Hour Workweek

By Tim Ferris

With real-world templates, tools and tricks, and case studies Ferris’s step-by-step guide to luxury lifestyle design teaches us how he went from 80 hours a week and $40,000 a year to 4 hours per week and $40,000 per month.

Understand how blue-chip escape artists travel the world and without leaving their jobs and how you can trade your long-haul career for short work bursts.  

Life Matters

By Rebecca Merrill and A Roger Merrill

Learn how to expand your capacity for happiness as you continue to explore your priorities.

Packed with a self-assessment quiz that helps you evaluate the important elements of family, work, money, time and understanding the life gap between your daily life and things that you value the most.

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