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Five Best Goal Tracking Services Five Best Goal Tracking Services I recently (as in a few days ago) discovered Beeminder [www.beeminder.com] and am quickly falling in love with it to track habits I'm trying to develop or diminish, such as time spent working on a project I've been procrastinating on, but it also works for goals like running so many miles in a year, smoking reduction, or (of course) weight loss. It's like a mash-up of all the best parts of physicsdiet, StickK, Joe's Goals, and Sciral Consistency. I don't think it'll replace my use of Lifetick, but I think it'll be a great supplement for keeping myself on track for day-to-day (or even week-to-week or month-to-month) habits.
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LazyMeter

LazyMeter We're sorry to inform you that LazyMeter shut down on November 15, 2013. We built LazyMeter to change the way people feel about work, and we were thrilled by the way tens of thousands of people responded to its’ launch. We sincerely thank you for being a part of LazyMeter’s story, and while we’re sorry we couldn’t develop our full vision, we hope we at least demonstrated the potential for new approaches to the to-do list problem. As we continue to wait for a to-do list that naturally fits into our lives, there are many options you can use to keep yourself organized. Our favorite is Wunderlist. Sincerely,
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