HabitRPG: Monitor Your Goal Progress Daily & Earn Rewards Like a Role Playing Game

We all like computer games and are know well how fun they can be. Thus to make anything boring slightly more bearable, all you have to do is turn it into a game. One of the boring things that almost all of us do every day is goal tracking. We monitor the progress of our daily and long term chores and goals. But this activity need not be as boring as marking off tasks that we have completed. Thanks to a new web service called HabitRPG, you can turn goal progress monitoring into a game and add a lot of fun to it.

Habits   HabitRPG: Monitor Your Goal Progress Daily & Earn Rewards Like a Role Playing Game

HabitRPG is currently a free to use web service that lets you monitor your goals like an RPG, i.e. a role playing game. For those who are unfamiliar with these games, they often let you play as a virtual character that goes through various challenges to complete tasks for which they gain score. Gain enough score and you level up; along the way, your character earns rewards.

The site’s developers have brilliantly incorporated these elements into the goal monitoring system. You can list your good / bad habits and daily chores and keep marking them as you complete them.

Todos   HabitRPG: Monitor Your Goal Progress Daily & Earn Rewards Like a Role Playing Game

The day’s to-do items can also be listed. When you keep checking off tasks you have completed, your character gains score and you earn rewards that can be seen and added in the Rewards section.

Level   HabitRPG: Monitor Your Goal Progress Daily & Earn Rewards Like a Role Playing Game

Features:

  • A user-friendly web service.
  • Lets you monitor goals like a game.
  • Lets you list habits, daily tasks, and to-dos.
  • Lets you add rewards you can earn.
  • Has your character earn HP each time you complete a task.

Check out HabitRPG @ https://habitrpg.com

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