Google Wants to Help You Keep You New Year’s Resolutions

It is week two of 2013. Have you already missed the mark on your New Year’s resolutions? Maybe you have already blown your diet or have yet to get to make those travel plans. Google wants to help. The company posted a list of tools designed to assist with some of the most common January 1 promises.

“The new year has arrived, and with it all the resolutions that we hope to tackle in 2013,” Google’s Liz Wessel wrote on the company’s blog. “But resolutions can be hard to keep. And since eating better, taking control of personal finances, traveling more and learning something new regularly top the list of New Year’s resolutions, we’ve pulled together some of our best tips and tricks across Google to make 2013 the year you succeed with your goals.”

Here’s a short list of ways Google hopes you keep your resolve this year:

  • Eat better -Check out Google Play to find apps, books and music to keep you motivated.
  • Get fiscally fit -Keep track of your stock portfolio and related market news via Google Finance or with brokerage apps like E*TRADE from Google Play.
  •  Travel more -Use Google Flight Search to quickly compare flight times and costs across airlines. Try the “tourist spotlight” feature on Google Hotel Finder to find a room near the hottest spots in the city
  •  Learn something new – Learning something new doesn’t have to break the bank. Check out Google Offers for deals on classes for dancing, cooking, bartending and more.

Want more ideas? Check out this Google YouTube video and get started!

Danielle Ricks

Social Media Specialist

Campaign Consultation, Inc.