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Travel and Fitbit

It turns out, my Fitbit doesn't make me sad, but the numbers I get when traveling sometimes do. Despite a 3.5 km walk around Springfield yesterday, it was the second day in a row and the 4th in 10 days for which I missed my 10,000-step, 10 km goal.

On the other hand, last night I got almost 9 hours of sleep (according to my Fitbit), through several trains and a thunderstorm.

Yes, there was a thunderstorm in December in central Illinois. That's just weird. And in future, probably a lot more common.

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  • TS Multisport

    12/31/2015 7:20:03 AM +00:00 |

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