I used to have an Apple Watch, until I gave it to my son along with my old iPhone.

I found myself not suitable for wearing Apple Watch — note the wording and the sentence there. In fact, I don’t think I can wear wristwatch 😶 My skin will get itchy really fast, and it will bleed due to me scratching it.

Another reason is, I hate to track things. It’s like… Instead of feeling motivated, I would see myself as a failure if I couldn’t keep the streak. Oh, I missed one day? That’s it. I don’t want to continue.

However, tracking things is important. It shows progress, discipline, and determination. How do you all track your progress?

2 responses to “On tracking our progress”

  1. > My skin will get itchy really fast

    Ouch! Have you tried other wristbands? Leather, silicone, that smooth I-don’t-know-how-the-material-is-called one…

    > How do you all track your progress?

    Apple Watch 😅

    Jokes aside, other than AW, I have a dilemma whether I should stick to the proven Notion or TickTick (the majority of stuff is in Notion, by the way).

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    1. Yeah, I tried different wristbands, and it resulted the same. Interestingly, I remember clearly I wore Apple Watch when I attended Grand Meetup 2019 in Florida, and my skin was completely okay 🤔 It might be my skin condition right now.

      I use Notion too, but not for tracking (mostly for note-taking 😆)

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