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A Daily Tracking Habit That Doesn’t Stress Me Out

All you need is a pen, a piece of paper, and 60 seconds

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When it comes to personal metrics and the very idea of the quantified self, I’m mostly not a fan. The apps, the wearables, the analytics — they all create external benchmarks that I know I’m way too liable to get obsessed with.




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Rosie Spinks

Rosie Spinks

Writing about how to create a meaningful life in a chaotic world. Formerly a lifestyle and business reporter. Find me: @rojospinks.

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