We’ve been hard at work adding new accountability features to the ManageMyFatigue app. Two additional reminders. Now users that don’t identify a post-task fatigue level are reminded at 10 minutes, 20 minutes, 30 minutes, and 1 hour. Two additional task reminder settings. Now users can set a reminder to check the app three different times … Continue reading ManageMyFatigue v1.7
We had a successful launch of v1.0 of the ManageMyFatigue app! Oh, don’t worry we have quite a few additional features up our sleeves and have heard your suggestions for additional features. In fact, v1.1 will launch the week of March 9th. MMF app v1.1 features: Add tasks worked on to your iOS Calendar (enable … Continue reading MMF app v1.1 Update
I’m excited to announce that the ManageMyFatigue app (v1.0) is officially available in the App Store! Check out the ManageMyFatigue app video tutorials on our Tutorials page. I’ll hope to receive your feedback and suggestions!
Things have been moving quickly over the last month or so. The ManageMyFatigue app is complete and has been submitted to Apple for review. We hope to hear back within a week or so that the app is approved. Once approved, it will be available in the App Store for an introductory price of $2.99. … Continue reading ManageMyFatigue app submitted for review
Before we jump to the last phase, let’s do a quick review of how we’re defining self-regulation and its first two phases. Self-regulation — planning, monitoring, and evaluating your behaviors in order to learn from and optimize end results over time. Planning phase — considering various aspects of a situation and establishing a plan (e.g., … Continue reading How the MMF app integrates self-regulation — evaluating
Let’s do a quick review of how we defined self-regulation in our last post before we jump into the next phase of the process. Self-regulation is the process of planning, monitoring, and evaluating your behaviors in order to learn from and optimize end results over time. We discussed planning previously, so you should have a … Continue reading How the MMF app integrates self-regulation — monitoring
Self-regulation is the process of planning, monitoring, and evaluating your behaviors in order to learn from and optimize end results over time. The ManageMyFatigue app encourages self-regulation in a number of ways. Onboarding — The onboarding process is a one-time process to establish certain app-related guidelines such as wake-up time, bedtime routine, and lights-out time … Continue reading How the MMF app integrates self-regulation — planning
The evidence continues to build regarding the importance of integrating mindfulness meditations. Robert Mitchell (London Mindfulness) provides a nice overview of some of the growing evidence. In fact, he refers to the the February 2014 cover of Time magazine which dedicated its cover to “The Mindful Revolution The science of finding focus in a stressed-out, … Continue reading The importance of mindfulness meditations
This quote from the Cleveland Clinic really gets at the essence of the ManageMyFatigue app. “Think of your personal energy stores as a “bank.” Deposits and withdrawals have to be made over the course of the day or the week to ensure a balance between energy conservation, restoration and expenditure.” Source: Fatigue and Cancer Fatigue
ManageMyFatigue is an application that allows users to learn to self-regulate by adjusting task durations based on current energy levels in order to improve their energy and to help optimize wellness.