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Lifelogging probably isn't for everyone, but it's at least worth taking for a test drive. Not that I live my life under a microscope, but anytime I stray from a healthy diet and exercise routine for too long I pay the price in terms of energy loss and weight gain, which are two of my least favorite things.

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