Here are some websites and apps to help plan, track, record and share your holiday in an easier and more organised fashion. Try them and pick the ones you’re most comfortable using: keep it lean and only use the sites/apps which are truly useful to your travel patterns or risk being caught in a paralysing loop of app agony.

If you’re a fastidious planner and need to religiously track all your itineraries, TripIt ( www.tripit.com ) is a life saver. Just email your confirmation emails (car hire, hotel bookings, airline tickets, restaurant reservations, etc) to [email protected] and voila, you have an instant itinerary. The basic app is free (with ads) and paying $49/year gives you real-time flight alerts, seat tracking, frequent flier tracking and other goodies. iOS, Android, Blackberry and Windows Phone apps available.

Gogobot ( www.gogobot.com ) is like Tripadvisor in that it has reviews and recommendations (hotels, sights, restaurants). Where it differs is the ability to plan trips, connect with friends who have been to destinations (to get their advice), and find like-minded recommendations by similar ‘tribes’ (ie. interest groups). It’s good for planning, connecting and getting recommendations. iOS and Android apps available.

Here are some websites and apps to help plan, track, record and share your holiday in an easier and more organised fashion. Try them and pick the ones you’re most comfortable using: keep it lean and only use the sites/apps which are truly useful to your travel patterns or risk being caught in a paralysing loop of app agony.

If you’re a fastidious planner and need to religiously track all your itineraries, TripIt ( www.tripit.com ) is a life saver. Just email your confirmation emails (car hire, hotel bookings, airline tickets, restaurant reservations, etc) to [email protected] and voila, you have an instant itinerary. The basic app is free (with ads) and paying $49/year gives you real-time flight alerts, seat tracking, frequent flier tracking and other goodies. iOS, Android, Blackberry and Windows Phone apps available.

Gogobot ( www.gogobot.com ) is like Tripadvisor in that it has reviews and recommendations (hotels, sights, restaurants). Where it differs is the ability to plan trips, connect with friends who have been to destinations (to get their advice), and find like-minded recommendations by similar ‘tribes’ (ie. interest groups). It’s good for planning, connecting and getting recommendations. iOS and Android apps available.

We’ve selected these apps based on their quality, user reviews, and overall reliability as a source of support for people who experience anxiety. If you want to nominate an app for this list, email us at [email protected] .

Anxiety can hinder your ability to enjoy a happy, fulfilling life. Luckily, learning to better manage anxiety is possible! Whether seeking professional treatment or individually coping with anxiety, we found some apps that can help in your healing journey. These apps can help put your anxiety into perspective, track your thinking, and provide relaxation techniques to help bring you a calmer mind.

One strategy some people with anxiety swear by is self-hypnosis. A practitioner of clinic-based hypnotherapy, Donald Mackinnon developed these guided recordings. How it works: You listen to an audio recording in a quiet and safe environment and learn the technique. The recordings are more than just relaxing. They contain subliminal signals to speak to your subconscious.

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Here are some websites and apps to help plan, track, record and share your holiday in an easier and more organised fashion. Try them and pick the ones you’re most comfortable using: keep it lean and only use the sites/apps which are truly useful to your travel patterns or risk being caught in a paralysing loop of app agony.

If you’re a fastidious planner and need to religiously track all your itineraries, TripIt ( www.tripit.com ) is a life saver. Just email your confirmation emails (car hire, hotel bookings, airline tickets, restaurant reservations, etc) to [email protected] and voila, you have an instant itinerary. The basic app is free (with ads) and paying $49/year gives you real-time flight alerts, seat tracking, frequent flier tracking and other goodies. iOS, Android, Blackberry and Windows Phone apps available.

Gogobot ( www.gogobot.com ) is like Tripadvisor in that it has reviews and recommendations (hotels, sights, restaurants). Where it differs is the ability to plan trips, connect with friends who have been to destinations (to get their advice), and find like-minded recommendations by similar ‘tribes’ (ie. interest groups). It’s good for planning, connecting and getting recommendations. iOS and Android apps available.

We’ve selected these apps based on their quality, user reviews, and overall reliability as a source of support for people who experience anxiety. If you want to nominate an app for this list, email us at [email protected] .

Anxiety can hinder your ability to enjoy a happy, fulfilling life. Luckily, learning to better manage anxiety is possible! Whether seeking professional treatment or individually coping with anxiety, we found some apps that can help in your healing journey. These apps can help put your anxiety into perspective, track your thinking, and provide relaxation techniques to help bring you a calmer mind.

One strategy some people with anxiety swear by is self-hypnosis. A practitioner of clinic-based hypnotherapy, Donald Mackinnon developed these guided recordings. How it works: You listen to an audio recording in a quiet and safe environment and learn the technique. The recordings are more than just relaxing. They contain subliminal signals to speak to your subconscious.

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