All Of The Best Free Mental Health Mindfulness Apps To Keep You Sane While At Home Home

Updated May 19, 2020.

Hoping to stay positive and healthy while self-quarantining? You’re in luck! Particularly if you have a smartphone on hand. Fortunately, there are plenty of free workout apps available that can help you to stay active, in shape and mentally healthy from the safety of your home.

Check them out below!


The L.A.-based app offers guided meditations for anyone dealing with sleep, anxiety, or stress. The app also offers hundreds of articles and podcasts to help with relaxation, healthy eating, and exercise. Currently, during the pandemic, the app is also providing all unemployed U.S. workers with the opportunity to receive a one-year full subscription free.

Check out the site here.


Aura is the smart app offering three-minute guided meditation sessions and plenty of opportunities for you to level up as you progress. The mental health app also allows for daily check-ins and mood tracking to help you journal things to keep grateful for and positive about. The best part? It’s 30-second “mindful breathers” give you a great chance to reset and breathe.

Aura is Available on iOS and Android for free.

Start off with Yoga for Beginners


Take control of your health and fitness and practice yoga with this app by using it every day. The app utilizes handcrafted workouts to get you started on your yoga journey and features a soothing voice guidance that will help clear your mind.

Available on iOS and Android.

Build up to Adidas Training by Runtastic

Dust off your adidas x Ivy Park gear and get ready to sweat with Adidas’ fitness app. From 30 free workouts for all levels to access to four training plans, you can complete your sweat sessions by yourself or participate in collective active challenges with friends who also have the app on their phones.

Or Opt for the simple 7 Minute Workout

Free Workout App

According to the Appstore, the 7 Minute Workout app is the #1 fitness app in 127 countries. With the help of the app you can become your own personal trainer, lose weight and get fit with fast. Don’t be fooled though, it’s 7 min of quite a bit of intensity!

Available on iOS and Android; offers in-app purchases

Level up with Lotus Yoga & Workout

If you’ve already become a master of the Yoga for Beginners app, the Lotus Yoga & Workout app is probably right up your alley. According to the Apple store, “Lotus has the LARGEST yoga library in App Store with hundreds of Yoga workouts & meditation classes and 450+ Instructed poses for all levels.”

Available on iOS and Android; offers in-app purchases.

Keep things simple with Nike Training Club

With the Nike Training Club, you can find lessons for all levels. The workout library includes body-part focused workouts targeting your abs, arms, shoulders, glutes, and legs. It also features strength, endurance, yoga, and mobility workouts.

Available on iOS and Android; offers in-app purchases.

Keep an eye on your goals with JEFIT

Get your hands on the JEFIT app and you won’t be disappointed. Fill out a survey to figure out what level you should start at and then get to work. According to Google play, “you can track workout training routines using JEFIT gym log is easy. Programs from bodybuilding, 3 day splits, 5×5 & strength plans to home exercises & body weight lifting.”

Available on iOS.

Go for some Yoga Down Dog

With more than 30,000 different workout configurations this app sure lives up to their tagline: “Never the same class twice.” Select your time, level, focus, voice, and music, and Down Dog creates a unique, personalized yoga practice every time!

Available on iOS and Android; free trial monthly subscription $7.99.

And don’t forget about J&J Official 7-Minute Workout

Free Workout Apps

This app from pharmaceutical company Johnson & Johnson provides 72 different exercises and 22 workouts that range from 7 to 32 minutes. According to the app’s site, “You can do one, two or three circuits. You can watch the clock, the trainer, or listen to and control music during your workout. You can even swap out workouts to keep things interesting. Of course, you can also stick with the original 7 Minute Workout.”

Available on iOS and Android.

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Sweet And Sexy Lingerie To Buy Just For You This Valentine’s Day


Sweet And Sexy Lingerie To Buy Just For You This Valentine’s Day

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One of the greatest falsehoods of our time is that lingerie is to be bought for others. Sure, lingerie can be fun to share with others but often times we underestimate the fun of wearing something sexy just for ourselves. That’s why we rounded up some of the sweetest and sexiest itty bitty pieces to wear for yourself this Valentine’s Day.

If you invite someone to come see it then lucky them and happy Valentine’s Day!

Fenty Embroidered Lace Corset

 But it here: Regular:$99.95

Draped Back Jacquard Cami Set

Victoria’s Secret

Buy it here: $49.50

VS Wicked Unlined Balconette Satin Bow Teddy

Victoria’s Secret

Buy it here: $119.50

Love Stories Lacy satin-trimmed stretch-lace soft-cup triangle bra


Buy it here for: $70

VS Chiffon Pleated Babydoll

Victoria’s Secret

Buy it here for: Price$59.50 Current Price$49.50

Linking Hearts Embroidery G-String

But it here: $22.95

On the Rocks Pasties 3-Pack

But it here: $32.950 Reviews

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The President Of Mexico Has Tested Positive For Covid-19 After A Year Of Downplaying The Virus

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The President Of Mexico Has Tested Positive For Covid-19 After A Year Of Downplaying The Virus

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Since the very beginning of the worldwide Coronavirus pandemic, Mexico’s President Andres Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) has largely downplayed the severity of the crisis. Despite record-setting deaths across Mexico, the president continued to hold large rallies, rarely uses face masks and continues to be very hands on with his supporters. Many of his detractors grouped him in with Donald Trump and Brazil’s Jaír Bolsonaro in his poor response to the pandemic.

Mexico’s President AMLO has tested positive for Covid-19 and is experiencing light symptoms.

In a tweet on Sunday evening, AMLO revealed that he had tested positive for the Covid-19 virus. From his official Twitter account, he said his symptoms were mild and that he was receiving medical treatment.

“I regret to inform you that I have contracted Covid-19. The symptoms are mild, but I am already receiving medical treatment. As always, I am optimistic. We will move forward,” Lopez Obrador wrote.

Despite his diagnosis, the president plans to continue business as usual. He plans to continue with his duties from the Palacio Nacional, which include conducting a planned phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin on the topic of Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine Monday. He added on Twitter, that “I will be conducting all public affairs from the National Palace. For example, tomorrow I will take a call from President Vladimir Putin, because irrespective of friendly relationships, there is a possibility that they will send us the Sputnik V vaccine.”

AMLO has taken a very hands off approach to his country’s response to the Coronavirus pandemic.

AMLO, 67-years-old, has rarely been seen wearing a mask and continued to travel extensively across the country aboard commercial flights – putting both his health and those around him at risk.

He has also resisted locking down the economy, noting the devastating effect it would have on so many Mexicans who live day to day. And because of that, Mexico has one of the highest death rates in the world. Early in the pandemic, asked how he was protecting Mexico, AMLO removed two religious amulets from his wallet and proudly showed them off.

“The protective shield is the ‘Get thee behind me, Satan,’” AMLO said, reading off the inscription on the amulet, “Stop, enemy, for the Heart of Jesus is with me.”

In November, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, head of the World Health Organization, urged Mexico’s leaders be serious about the coronavirus and set examples for its citizens, saying that “Mexico is in bad shape” with the pandemic.

Meanwhile, Mexico continues to experience the worst effects yet of the global health crisis.

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Thanks to a lack of national leadership, Mexico is one of the 17 countries that has reported more than one million cases of Covid-19. Since early October, newly confirmed cases and deaths have been reaching record levels, with recent daily numbers some of the highest since the beginning the pandemic.

According to Johns Hopkins University, Mexico has recorded at least 1,752,347 Covid-19 cases and 149,084 people have died from the virus in the country.

In hardest-hit Mexico City, nearly 30 public hospitals report they have reached 100% percent capacity, and many others are approaching that mark. The city’s Mayor, Claudia Sheinbaum, has urged residents to not go out unless absolutely necessary. In December, Mexico City and the state of Mexico were placed into “red level,” the highest measure on the country’s stoplight alert system for Covid-19 restrictions. The tighter measures included the closure of indoor dining, with only essential sectors like transport, energy, health and construction remaining open.

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