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Quantified Self Talk: Tracking My Personal Reliability

Friday, April 12th, 2019
Quantified Self Talk: Tracking My Personal Reliability

On 2018-09-22 I gave a talk at the Quantified Self conference. This is that talk. You can also see an actual recording of it. I got a lot of encouragement afterwards... »

Beeminding With A Physical Button

Thursday, November 15th, 2018
Beeminding With A Physical Button

Zachary Jacobi has been beeminding since 2015, when he started using Beeminder (on the recommendation of... »

Beeminder ♥ Strava

Friday, October 12th, 2018
Beeminder ♥ Strava

It’s finally official! Strava activities can now be automatically tracked with Beeminder! So, first of all, welcome Strava users! Beeminder takes a large goal, such as training for a marathon, and breaks it down into daily deadlines. Not by providing any... »

Portland Beeminder Meetup: The Birds and The Bees Meet Again

Thursday, September 20th, 2018
Portland Beeminder Meetup: The Birds and The Bees Meet Again

We mean literal birds this time, because the Beeminder meetup is going to be at Chapman school on the evening of Saturday, September 22 from 6pm to 8pm, when a massive swarm of swifts fly into the enormous chimney of a school building. It’s a weird Portland thing, ok? Also it’s walking distance (sort of — a... »

Beeminder ♥ Toggl

Friday, September 7th, 2018
Beeminder ♥ Toggl

We have so many opinions about time tracking! To start, there are three fundamental ways to track your time: Manually Passively Stochastically For passive tracking, you should install RescueTime (and hook it... »

Beeminder Scholarships to Attend Quantified Self 2018 in Portland

Saturday, August 4th, 2018
Beeminder Scholarships to Attend Quantified Self 2018 in Portland

By coincidence the global Quantified Self conference is in our own hometown of Portland this year, September 22-23. Some of you will recall it was in Amsterdam last year and »

Beeminding And All That Jazz

Wednesday, April 25th, 2018
Beeminding And All That Jazz

Special guest post by Beeminder superfan and real-life friend, Kim Harrison, the Director of Education at PDX Jazz. We’re glowing with pride to read how one of our dear... »

Does Practice Make Perfect?

Saturday, April 7th, 2018
Does Practice Make Perfect?

Ivana Kurecic is a PhD student in quantum information theory who beeminds dozens of things. One of her hobbies is translating incomprehensible scientific papers into stuff you should care about, at Happy Turtle Things, and today we’re lucky to get a taste of that (with... »

Beemind Bites

Saturday, November 4th, 2017
Beemind Bites

We know this is going to read like an April Fool’s joke to plenty of you. Like, how is not impossibly tedious to keep track of how many... »

The Sting of Work: How I Use Beeminder, Part Two

Thursday, September 28th, 2017
The Sting of Work: How I Use Beeminder, Part Two

Brennan K. Brown is back with the sequel to his previous article. It’s a wonderful collection of advice and insight about creating Beeminder goals. Recommended reading for newbees and veterans alike! In my »