Event Loggers - the Blog

August 15, 2019
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Written by Dean Reeds Topics: General

The simple "Rating" field has evolved to a 3-part ratings system for all Events you log. The change gives you fine-grained control to quantify specific Events and better research tools to measure and analyze your Events.

July 17, 2019
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Written by Dean Reeds Topics: General

I was really frustrated with the lack of generic, inexpensive, "smart" buttons that can be used for personal data tracking. I wanted a solution to track personal events but I keep coming up disappointed, so I programmed my own and put my old phones and tablets to work again. You can too!

June 18, 2019
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Written by Dean Reeds Topics: Voice

Voice Logging at EventLoggers.com lets you track Personal Events without needing to stop what you're doing. But Voice Logging has its own challenges. Especially with dates, times and durations. A new round of improvements make logging Events easier and more flexible. And it works with all types of Events.

May 04, 2019
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Written by Dean Reeds Topics: Food

Sometimes, the only way to break long-held beliefs is a death by a thousand cuts. Or in the case of my eating habits, a thousand meals.

I love food and I try to have a healthy diet but I also know I fail on a regular basis.

Now, after logging and analyzing more than 1,000 of my meals, I have a much clearer picture of what I put into my body. And I’ve gained a better understanding of my relationship with food in general. I also have a plan to make changes and the data to measure my success or failure against going forward.

You don’t need to track a thousand meals to benefit from my discoveries. You can pick and choose from what I’ve learned and find a tool to log your meals for a much shorter period. Then you’ll be able to make data driven decisions about any changes you want to make to your food choices.

April 03, 2019
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Written by Dean Reeds Topics: Journal

I'm very proud to announce that daily journaling is now available for all Members. Think of it as a digital diary or a Captain's Log.

I use it to summarize how I feel about the day. I record interesting details of my dreams. And I use it with Google Home/Assistant to record random thoughts that I don't want to lose track of.