There’s a great thread by an iPhone developer on Reddit.
Yay! It took several months but as of today I was able to search for my app and I saw it listed inside the app store. Now you may be saying “so what”, but if you have ever looked into the steps that this takes, you know it’s something to celebrate.My app is a very simple game, but I think I’ve learned enough during this process to distill some important lessons that may help you if this is something you’ve been wanting to do…
I wrote a similar post when I finally finished my iPhone App.
Helen Crozier, the CalmTechCoach, has started a new iPhone Blog to keep all of her iPhone recommendations and reviews in one place. Check it out: My Fabulous iPhone
I saw this list of New Year’s Resolutions on the Did I Get Things Done blog (originally from Amazon)
- Lose Weight
- Get Your Finances in Order
- Go Greener
- Curb Your Vices
- Get in Shape
- Relax More
- Pursue a New Career
- Upgrade Your Technology
- Organize and Optimize
- Start a New Hobby
The main reason that I have had a problem with a resolution is that I don’t really think about them much a week or so after New Year’s. A few years ago, I created a small web app for myself to log how well I was doing at keeping to resolutions I was making. A few months ago, I ported it to the iPhone as Habits.
Instead of making resolutions this year, I created a few habits instead. I want to lose some weight this year (the #1 resolution), so I added a habit to run every 2-3 days, to do bicep/chest and shoulder/tricep weight training once a week. I want to keep my house in better order, so I added a habit to clean up and to process my mail pile more regularly.
A lot of these resolutions should just be a recurring task that you try to do as often as possible.