Using data to track New Year resolutions

20 Feb

Emmy Ganos describes how she uses data to track her New Year resolutions:

“So this year, New Year’s resolution time feels a little different. And as I start thinking about making some changes, I’m reflecting back over the last two Data for Health listening sessions I attended in Charleston and San Francisco. As a result, I’ve decided that it’s time to think about setting my New Year’s resolutions in an entirely different way–by using data.
I want my New Year’s resolution to be informed by data. Data about me:
How many hours did I sit today?
What’s my resting heart rate?
Am I getting enough deep sleep?
How many steps did I take today, and how fast?”

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