Beyond step counts with Exist

I've tracked data on my daily life since I was seven years old, fiddling with the tiny gold-tone lock on my first daily diary. Later, when I discovered the "quantified self" movement, some larger lock in my brain would release: I didn't only want data, I wanted meaning. I've been searching for this meaning by... Continue Reading →

Resetting my health goals and tracking.

Good afternoon, readers. It has been a long time since my last self-portrait. I have been so thoroughly brain-focused lately as I finish up the semester that I just needed a little bit of something tangible, a note to myself that non-brain parts of me exist. As soon as I started thinking about that, I... Continue Reading →

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