Most-Used Apps + Enneagram Type 7: Selfie, Episode 18

We are sharing the apps that help us function, sleep, maintain relationships, and edit photos. We also chat with Ryan Walton, blogger at DaringtoDad.com, about being an enneagram type 7.

On this episode we mentioned the following apps that can be found in the iphone app store:

  • We both credit Voxer for keeping many of our friendships alive, and count it as the app we use the most on any given day.
  • Sarah is a fan for Group Me to stay in touch with special-interest kid’s activities like sports teams or dance groups.
  • Kristen loves Google Keep as a way to keep her to-do list and notes updated between her phoner and computer, and uses it as the page her web browser opens to.
  • Sarah loves VSCO for editing photos, and the Amazon Alexa App for keeping her shopping lists up-to-date.
  • We love the Podcast App! Find us on there and subscribe!
  • We both love Spotify for all things music, and have our kids on a Spotify family account.
  • Sarah uses Think Dirty to determine the toxicity of beauty products she’s looking at.
  • We both use apps for white noise at night. Sarah is a fan of Sleepy Fan while Kristen uses RelaxMelodies.
  • Kristen uses Flo to keep track of her periods and TripIt to keep track of travel reservations.

We are loving The Road Back to You by Ian Cron to learn more about our enneagram types.

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8 Comments

  1. Apple Music is 15.99/month for a family plan. And we can all have our own accts. Just sayin’ :-)Mina

  2. Norma Jean Barrett January 27, 2018 at 10:09 am

    Love the podcast. In the episode you mention the Facebook live about female friendships. Would love to watch it – can you share the link?

  3. What was the app for keeping all of your travel info in one place?

  4. Just wanted you to know that I can’t play this episode on my Apple Podcasts app, and it’s just not in the episode list on Stitcher 🙁 Had to come to the website to hear it 😉

  5. I know I’m late to the game on this episode, but I just wanted to suggest doing a bit more research on the Apple products like Apple Music before you do a comparison. Most, if not all, of the features you like are also in Apple Music. Most of the apps you mentioned in the beginning are also covered by using native iPhone apps. I listened to 10 minutes of your Voxer rave going “but I can do all that in iMessage…” I understand not everyone has an iPhone, but it seems like you both do, so it seems… overly complicated?

  6. I’ve been meaning to write to you ladies about how grateful my friends and I are to have been introduced to the Voxer app. We are a group of 6 high school friends, now 46 years old, who do our best to vacation together once a year and have a few “mini” get togethers in-between. We have NEVER felt to close to each other as we have since starting Voxing a little over a month ago. It is exactly as Kristen described – starts off a little weird, then evolves into deep conversations about issues and challenges (complete with tears). We were already very close friends, but the constant contact this app affords really kicks things up a notch. We LOVE it, so thank you both for the recommendation!!

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