Do you have a hard time remembering to keep track of the progress in your diet, your budget, your exercise program (hmm does walking to the fridge for a cold caffeinated beverage count as exercise?) Ã¢â‚¬â€ whatever? Well so does B. Adam Howell of Webjillion (yep the people who wrote Temptation Blocker
that we mentioned a week or so back). ThatÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s why thereÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s TracksLife. Trackslife is an online tool that will help you keep track, and stay on track, with just about anything.
With TracksLife you can:
- Keep track of almost anything with Tracks Ã¢â‚¬â€ spreadsheets/databases that combine columns of money, numbers, words, paragraphs and yes/noÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s.
- If you ever forget to update, ( and you will) the Friendly Trackslife Remindbot will send a link through email or RSS politely reminding you.
And ( if you want) you can share your progress with friends, family, co-workers, bloggers, whoever! (and the question is asked “who would really care?). You really need to have a look at some the things people have put out in the Trackslife public space.
It only takes a second to figure it out, but what it does is create a place to monitor your progress on things in your life. It could be your budget, training for a marathon, your quest to get a high score on a video game…anything.
For me though, it’s “killer feature” is the reminders. Get a little lax with your workout regimen (I have been informed that trips to the fridge DO NOT count as a workout… bummer)? You can set Trackslife to give you a digital kick in the pants as often as you need it (frequently).
Worth a look.