LifeTracker by Oliver Rozynski is a very cool personal journal with a very interesting approach to a life-expectancy clock that takes your nationality, gender and age to calculate how much life you have left.
From the moment you’re born, one would call this a Milestone. This program allows you to track your Milestones agmost your every day journal entries. One could use this program as a personal log of ones life. One highlight of this program is that it automatically formats your dated memories into a sequential and chronological moments in time, like chapters of your life. Another feature is that you can make future predictions/goals/promises that you can set, and then track your progress to these goals, keeping a running log of pre and post comments. The price is a little high for what it offers at $4.99 however, if you take into account the time and effort for its over all beauty, and the productivity of the journal, it’s a very useful tool.