Finishing the experiment: Have I become a better person?
While racking my calories, my poops, my pees, my birth control, my exercise, my sleep, my caffeine, my cervical mucus, my period, my fertility, my mood, and my booze may sound like it would reveal the unplumbed depths of my soul, it was more annoying than anything else. Which, writing it out like that, I probably should've seen coming.
Keeping track of your habits may be genuinely helpful to some people, especially when it comes to things like losing weight. But "tracking" doesn't tell you much -- if an app says you slept well, does it change how you feel about your night? If your pee is too yellow, or your poop too hard, can't you assess that on your own?
And then there's the creepiness factor. When it comes to my mood, urine, feces, menstrual cycle, and sex life, well, there are some things better left alone -- out of sight, out of mind, and off my phone.