I was on my feet all day. Naturally, I had let the battery get too low and my fitbit stopped recording sometime after 2pm. In other news, this fitbit's battery life is dwindling and I'm getting ready to order a new one. I can't decide which one to get. There are so many choices now.
Forgot to charge the Fitbit for who knows how long. Interesting results when syncing. For the last two days before the charge ran out, it registered movement until about 10 am, then nothing till the next day.
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I seem to recall that if you manually entered an activity it could calculate the distance, but I did that today with my hike and it has no steps totaled for the duration, and no estimate on the distance. Am I remembering wrong?
Also, my One seems to have died. Not sure why. My best guess is water damage? I've never tossed it in the wash or anything, but I'm wondering if I spilled something on my bedside table and it got into the Fitbit. (I have certainly spilled things there once or twice.) Should I get another One? Or a Flex or a Force?
We're doing Kaiser's "Thrive Across America" program at work. I'm on a team with four co-workers. The goal is to be active 60 minutes a day (since that's the maximum that counts for the program). After one week, we're currently in first place! - http://tivo.thriveacrossamerica.com/my_team
I got a 50-floor badge yesterday and absolutely cannot figure out what would have caused that to happen. I definitely did not climb more floors than usual, and my typical floor count in a day is about 20.
For a variety of reasons, I got really off-track in terms of getting my steps in during the past month or so. I'm starting off this week right. I put in a little over 10,000 steps today. I want to get those totals higher, but at least I got to 10,000.