Thanks to U.S. Cellular for sponsoring this post about weight loss apps. Join their high-quality network and stay connected.
Have kids? Use the free parent-child agreement tool to set up smart phone practices.
You never know what the weather is going to bring, and some days being stuck inside can give you a case of the winter blues. It is during these times, those little lulls in life that we so rarely get, that I feel is the perfect time to learn something new, find a new favorite show to binge watch, or even just get some much-needed rest and relaxation.
To help you make the most of what life and mother nature throws your way, check out my recommended apps to help you stave off those winter blues!
Quick Links to Info on This Page
Top Apps to Help Avoid Winter Blues
Brain Stimulation Apps
Elevate and Fit Brains Trainer are apps designed to improve focus, memory, processing speed, and speaking skills. If you feel like all that time indoors has left you less than sharp, try one of these brain stimulation apps to keep you on top of your game! I love playing games like these on my Samsung Galaxy 6 Edge.
Stave off Winter Blues with Trivia Apps to Stay Sharp
Apps for Fun Staying-In Food and Drink Ideas
Game Apps for a Little Fun
A recent U.S. Cellular Survey indicated that 61% of smartphone owners use their device to play games. Classic board games, such as Monopoly, The Game of Life, and Uno, are all great choices to just free your mind and play.
Whether you are snowed in at home, or simply taking time to relax during the extreme cold, there is an app on this list that is sure to make your list of favorites! If you have one not listed that is a winner, let us know! We love suggestions.
Did you enjoy this post? I would LOVE IT if you would come join the fun on The Mommy Bunch Facebook Page and tell us your story!
Did you hate this post? You should totally come share your thoughts on The Mommy Bunch Facebook Page!
Please note: Seasonal Affective Disorder (S.A.D.) is a real disease/condition and if you feel depressed you should seek help from a medical professional. The apps listed above are simply meant for fun if you are having a dreary day.