As technology becomes increasingly pervasive in our daily lives, a growing number of seemingly mundane activities include a digital component. Our financial transactions are recorded and accessible through our bank or a growing number of independent financial management sites. Much of our health and fitness data, from our morning run to heart rate, blood pressure, and glucose levels can be easily tracked with a combination of hardware and web interfaces. Even work activity can be tracked based on software usage, or time and productivity tracking applications. Me-trics seeks to aggregate that personal data, allowing users to monitor and learn from their own behavior. We help users find connections and patterns in their activities, identify unnoticed trends, and find products that have helped others reach their goals. Me-trics challenges its users to be honest with themselves, and improve their lives in the process.