New year, new you. That’s the idea, right? And 2016 in particular left a lot of people extra-eager to start fresh.
One problem. Our fitbits and apps and tracking tools all collect data on us. The slate isn’t clean – it’s full of digital permanent marker.
In an ideal world, all that information helps us become better people. More fit, healthier, rested, hydrated. And for some people, those stats are the motivational key to a better life. But what happens when the data just sabotages you? For some of us, data just isn’t the magic bullet for optimizing our quantified selves.
So instead of resolving to track every calorie, minute slept, and stair climbed, how about this: be gentle with yourself. This repeat episode can help.