Now that we’re semi-deep into 2016, you may be looking back at your New Year’s Resolutions and thinking, “I’m doing great!” or “WTF happened?” As they say, the road to failed resolutions is paved with good intentions (at least, we think that’s what they say).
Now, Foursquare and their sister app Swarm have tracked our good intentions and New Year’s resolutions and created a handy infographic to show us exactly where we’re going wrong. Using the check-in features on Foursquare and Swarm, the companies have aggregated the data to show us exactly where our trends are.
According to the duo, the first Sunday in January is the day that people are least likely (all year!) to eat fast food and January 11 is the day that most people start their new gym memberships.
But that’s not all they’ve figured out.
Today, Thursday, February 4 is the day that most people fall off the healthy resolution wagon. And just to add fuel to the fast food fire, next Friday, February 12 is the day Foursquare is predicting the biggest uptick in junk consumption.
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(Images via Foursquare + Swarm)