Electronic devices and weighing in and positive influences and philosophy on life

I may have messed up last night.

Just before I went to sleep, I turned off notifications from my Letsfit fitness tracker to my phone, and when I woke this morning, my sleep was not tracked.

Now, I don’t understand how turning off notifications could foul the connection between my Letsfit and my phone, but the first two nights my sleep tracked fine, and last night it did not.

I turned the notifications back on, so I guess we’ll see how that works out.

This is disappointing, although it also shows me how quickly I can become addicted to an electronic device. It’s only been two days, but I’m already jonesing for that information. Tell me how I slept!

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Tracking steps and sleep

So far, a couple days into use, this Letsfit fitness tracker is working great!

The app is solid and simple, and that’s just the way I like it. I can easily see my steps, heartrate, battery level, and sleep.

Speaking of the battery level, I’ve had this thing going nonstop for almost two days now, and it’s at 86% battery. Pretty impressive! That’s the power of simple. The device only does a few things, so it doesn’t suck up all the battery power.

For the record, btw, this device is not listed as compatible with Noom, so I’m guessing it’s not, although I haven’t tried to hook it to Noom yet (or even know how to, or what that means — I should find out).

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