iPhone: We know that journalling is a great way to increase your self-awareness, but it's tough to do sometimes. Moodnotes is a new app that makes it easy to track your mood, drop in some journal notes, and help you develop a little more perspective on yourself.
Moodnotes was created by Thriveport and the developers of Monument Valley as a means to track your emotions throughout the day. Moodnotes sends you a notification and asks you to rate how you feel using a smiley face. Depending on your response, it will ask follow-up questions to get you to write a little bit more about your day and unpack how you really feel. For example, if you have a series of days where you don't feel good, the app will ask you a bunch of questions about how you're feeling. Beyond that, it tracks your mood over the course of time so you can see how you're improving (or not). It's not just for bad moods, anxiety or depression, Moodnotes is useful for everyone who's trying to be a little more self-aware of how they feel throughout the day.