We have watches and bracelets that do so much more than tell time. I mean, I used to wear a calculator watch when I was a kid and at reunions I still get teased for that. But in THIS century, watches are now counting our steps, monitoring our sleep, checking out pulse, tracking where we go, relaying text messages, and more. And programs like Fitbit and Pavlok also come with apps that, along with exercise, track and provide advice on your diet.
The ante keeps rising, too; the Pavlok 2 Habit Conditioning Device (which sounds a little ominous to me) will help you reach goals on certain habits, including if you feel you eat too much junk food, This "device" - as they call it - can even send you shocks when you eat things you've previously determined you shouldn't. It's basically the opposite of "ah, what the heck, it's the holidays" when you pop that extra holiday treat in your mouth.
You can find out more and order one from Amazon - hey, it's not TOO late to arrive in time for Christmas!