The full Habit/Life tracking in French is in available in plain text here. - very cool and exciting stuff, cheers to Christophe.
He's on Twitter, too. Christophe Ducamp is @xtof_fr.
This makes my day :) :) :) Thought apparently in France you're supposed to smoke a cigarette before exercising ;)
I got a good question On Twitter from @Carole_Fabre. She wrote:
@sebastmarsh Are you not afraid to fall infinitively in the mirror with all these mesures ?
@sebastmarsh and have you already mesure the time you spend mesuring ? :-)
She's half-joking, but it's a good point. Here's my thoughts -
1. Tracking should serve you, you shouldn't serve it. Your system should be lightweight and easy and fun to use. You should get much more results out of it than you put into it.
As I speak with non-French people who speaks French... I would probably speak freaking fluently...
But, nop. J'ai peur.
And shame. I feel that I sound as a French version of Sofía Vergara speaking English... Hate it. I can't hide my "latin accent", and it even gets stronger (like in my French lessons, if I don't control myself my latinamerican accent is damn strong...). And though people says that's "really cute" and blah blah blah, I found it annoying.
So, basically I don't speak French at all with French people, and try really hard to do it with some other nationalities.
Et voilà, je parle pas.