Moodscope was mentioned on 5th August in an article in the Wall Street Journal about how more people are using personalised data to help them unwind more efficiently while they are away.

Steve Jonas, a Senior Editor of the website Quantified Self Labs is a Moodscope user, here's what he had to say:

"When I'm on vacation and see that my mood is many points higher than normal, it reinforces how much I'm enjoying myself."

It's an interesting article, not just about measuring mood but self-tracking in general, here's the link: http://www.wsj.com/articles/for-a-relaxing-vacation-look-to-the-data-1470428178

I know many Moodscopers stop measuring their mood when they are on vacation.

What do you think? Good idea, or not for you?

The Moodscope Team


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