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  • I've gone through two Fitbits now, and I admit I feel a tad superior sporting mine with my latest pair of LulaRoe's while sipping on a latte. I'm basic, and they are a great motivator to stay in shape. The question is, do I really need to drop 100-something dollars for a cheerleader that can't even accurately count calories burned? That's right! Here I thought I was creating a perfect calorie deficit to drop a few pounds, but Stanford University School of Medicine just proved that to be a big FAT joke (pun definitely intended). They did this in-depth study on seven popular fitness trackers, and while many of them were accurate at tracking heart rate, they were a hot mess at tracking number of calories burned. The most accurate device, the Fitbit Surge, was off by an average of 27%. The least accurate, the PulseOn device, had a whopping 93% margin of error. Yikes! Other devices tested included the Apple Watch, Basis Peak, Microsoft Band, Mio Alpha 2, and Samsung Gear S2.

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    Is there anything cuter than a happy grandma? How about a happy grandma-to-be with zero chill after her daughter’s pregnancy announcement? Did I mention this is one of the most creative announcements I’ve ever seen? I’m happy for Grandma and the parents but also super jealous I didn’t think of this myself.

    Watch Ashley spill the beans to her mom, Wendy, with a homemade game of MadGab. And in case you’re living under a rock, MadGab is where you read a bunch of nonsense over and over out loud until you realize you’re saying an actual phrase.