See yourself and the world more positively

Questions to help you become more mindful and reflect on what makes you happy.

Why Cactus

The simplest way to change your reality is to change what you focus on.

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Gives you energy by being more aware of positive experiences

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Fortifies relationships with your friends, family, and romantic partners

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Allows you to learn what makes you thrive and become a better you

How It Works

Sign up and we’ll help you focus on what makes you happy.

Every morning, a personalized question appears in your Cactus Journal.

Privately record your mindful thoughts through text, speech, and photos.

Participate in exercises and activities that will help you on your journey of self-discovery.

Celebrate your past reflections as you change and grow in unexpected ways.

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Private and secure

Your written reflections are encrypted and securely stored using state of the art technology.

You control who sees your reflections, and Cactus will never sell or share your data.

What folks are saying

The Cactus community reflect on their experiences...


Samantha W

“I needed motivation and guidance to think about what I want in life. Cactus reinforces positive thinking and keeps me accountable to reflect on what brings me joy.”


Thom M

“I was hoping to practice daily gratitude, but I needed a little help getting started. Cactus provided an opportunity to reflect in an approachable way, and I find myself in higher spirits after using it.”

Mike P

Mike P

“I wanted to try a different kind of mindfulness. Cactus is surprisingly enjoyable and helped me find clarity, and now I’m more open to consider new things.”


Nicole P

“First thing in the morning, in the midst of checking work emails and feeling the anxiety of the day creep, the Cactus emails help me pause, reset my attitude, and begin the day on a positive note before I even get out of bed.”

A Reflection a Day…

A Different Kind of Mindfulness