Have you discovered any new apps that have made your life easier or just brought a smile to your face? Here are 3 that have been around for a while but maybe you haven’t heard of them either. If none of them sound fun to you, let them serve as an inspiration to find an equivalent.
Kanopy— This just requires a library card number and then you can watch movies that come from books, documentaries, foreign and independent films. There’s even a kids’ version. I love the idea of reading a book for bookclub and then watching the movie together using this app.
For finding people to play with:
Places2Play–This gives a search map of all the places that you can play pickleball in the world. So no matter where you travel, you can find courts and people to play with. You can change the filters to search by day of the week, cost, indoor/outdoor, how skilled the players are, what kind of courts, etc.
For just silly fun connecting with friends and the planets:
Co-Star–This one requires you to fill in your place, date, and time of birth. Then it gives you an overview of your astrological chart and daily updates. As you add friends, you can see insights about each other’s charts and how you mesh together. But I find it most fun to read the Icebreaker of the day or to see who it says I should do something with that day. There’s even a way to write messages to yourself or others and have it randomly sent to you one day in the future, but so far I have not seen this feature work. Still it is a great idea and I hope to see the perfect message one day in the future.
All these apps are totally free so check them out and let me know what you think!
About the Author: Julie Glaser is a healer who creates sacred spaces for people to share, release, and grow. She’s in the habit of being in awe and wonder and writes to share her own experiences and learnings with other inquisitive souls in the process of transforming.