Jordan Metz
While we may have certain intentions or questions, the act of tracking and observing ourselves can reveal things we had not been looking for. I thought that my intentions and reactions looking in the mirror would reveal something about my self-confidence or my feelings towards myself. This kind of data now seems totally arbitrary and not particularly enlightening at all. In fact, I frequently have no reaction to what I see. When I do, no greater pattern emerges. It was common to record reactions at either end of the scale within the same day or hour. However, this data does reveal that I do have a unique relationship with myself. I'm not beating myself every time I look in the mirror, but I’m not a complete narcissist either.