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Moodnotes is coming to Android!

Moodnotes is coming to Android and we can't wait to see it out there.

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Moodnotes crowned 'finalist' in Innovation By Design Awards

Fast Co. crowns Modnotes a finalist in the app category of the 2016 Innovation By Design Awards. Learn more

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From IBD:

"Year by year, the IBD Awards have grown. This year’s entries represented an astonishingly strong survey of innovation around the globe—over 1,700 designs. In the eyes of our esteemed judges, the projects you'll find below were the best of the best. There were only 15 winners anointed in the entire competition; we also crowned about 231 finalists. Each of those projects represent what's best about design today: Big ideas, meticulously thought-out details, and a clear viewpoint about how we live now—and how it could be better. We hope that you’ll dig in and be inspired."


Moodnotes 2.0 has launched!

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We're excited to announce numerous enhancements to Moodnotes, Version 2.0. Read the story on its making.

The app now offers an even better "Insights" tab that provides a beautiful, interactive at-a-glance dashboard of your journaling activity.


Additionally, Moodnotes 2.0 brings you…
  1. iCloud Sync
  2. Multiple reminders per day
  3. New thinking trap suggestions and journaling prompts
Give it a try and let us know what you think!

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Moodnotes now includes an "Insights Dashboard"

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We're excited to announce a great enhancement to Moodnotes: Version 1.2 of the app introduces an "Insights" tab that provides a beautiful at-a-glance dashboard of your journaling activity.

Moodnotes' first iteration of the Insights feature displays four categories of information:

  1. Your total number of mood/journal entries.
  2. The number of journal entries that are "Enriched" entries (i.e., positive mood related).
  3. The number of consecutive days that you've made an entry (i.e., your current "Streak").
  4. The most common thinking traps connected to your negative moods.

We believe this feature brings the feedback provided by Moodnotes to a whole new level. Moodnotes has always helped users to stop and think about their moods and what might be causing them. Now, the Insights feature allows users to quickly gauge what portion of their total entries are geared toward maintaining or promoting positive mood and to better identify which thinking traps they are most prone to, while encouraging them to maintain a daily habit of "checking in" with their mood in order to feel and function at their best.

Give it a try and let us know what you think!

MoodKit / Moodnotes App Developers Offer New Year's Resolution Tips for Well-Being

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It is that time of year again when people reflect on their lives and think about how they can improve their health and happiness in the new year.

For over a century, the science of psychology has sought to better understand how these universal goals can best be achieved. Unfortunately, as pharmaceutical, cosmetic, and pseudo-scientific options have grown in popularity, they have overshadowed the importance of readily accessible lifestyle factors in contributing to psychological, social, and physical well-being. "Attending to these lifestyle factors can help prevent the typical pattern where the optimism that initially accompanied our new year’s resolutions is soon replaced by disappointment because we didn't know how to go about pursuing our goals or because the ways in which sought to enhance our health and happiness proved to be ineffective," said Dr. Edrick Dorian, psychologist and co-founder of Thriveport, LLC.

"Attending to these lifestyle factors can help prevent the typical pattern where the optimism that initially accompanied our new year’s resolutions is soon replaced by disappointment because we didn’t know how to go about pursuing our goals."

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