Tuesday, May 7, 2013

I just ordered the new FitBit Flex. I am excited to try the new features.

You've Started Self-Tracking. Now What?

According to figures published recently by Pew Internet Research, only 46% of people who track some aspect of their health say that it has changed their overall approach to maintaining their health. This is a startlingly low number. If less than half of self-trackers are able to find any actionable benefits, what on earth are the rest self-tracking for?

If you've just started self-tracking, you may well be wondering the same thing–how should you use the data that you collect to make genuine self-improvements? The sheer quantity of data can be overwhelming. If you're one of those who are slightly perplexed about how to really get the best out of the quantified self (QS), here are five tips.

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