#MyFabJourney: Mette

I love having things organized, so Fabulous fit quite perfectly into my life.

I wasn’t really looking for anything in particular when I was browsing through the Google play store, but then Fabulous popped up as an “editors pick.” So I decided to click on the app and after reading the description, I figured I should give it a try and downloaded it.

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As someone who loves having structure and a set routine in place, Fabulous was a game changer for me. I’ve always had problems finding the motivation to be productive and get stuff done, so having an app that could push and encourage me to accomplish my goals was inspiring. It made me want to be the best me that I could be.

Two big goals of mine have always been to lose weight and to be happier with myself, despite going through a depression. I’ve completed a few journeys so far, and it’s been such a great experience so far. I love receiving the letters that come with each journey. They are probably my absolute favorite parts of the app. They’re so motivating that I always take the time to read through them carefully.

 

Even with Fabulous, I still have periods where I forget to use the app, but even when I forget to start Fabulous, I’m still sticking to the habits I’ve picked up. The app has done such a terrific job engraving new habits in my mind that it’s almost like second nature to me now.

I’m also thinking about restarting some of my journeys, even though I’ve already learned so much from them because they are so fun and challenging. I know it’s cliché, but it’s not just about reaching the destination that’s in front of you, it’s about appreciating every step of the journey to get to that destination.

I don’t think I will ever uninstall Fabulous. It’s a friend, a companion, and a source of inspiration I know I can always turn to. It’s helped me improve my routines and productivity so much.

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