Hmph. My numbers aren't adding up between the five ways I document miles. The online widgets & logs don't reflect all I've done. I thought I had been pretty on the ball with blogging each run. I know I've missed a few, but not many.
Things got a little nutty during the summer when I was logging close to 40 miles per week. [I'll blame my kids. They were home during the summer, and I don't want to blame this on my laziness. lol] On top of that, the other four online training logs don't match any of my other logs! TickerFactory is just a ticker reflecting whatever number I type into the number bar (useless for the most part). The Garmin log isn't accurate since I don't always wear it when I run. Dailymile is sometimes a pain in my ass so I opt to not always log stuff there. The 1,000 mile challenge is a google document that's kind of clunky to use. Sigh.
I'm sticking with my paper log. It is by far the most accurate account of my actions. I write in it each day with EVERY activity I've done. With much detail. It sits in a binder beside my recliner. I check it as I sip my morning coffee. I check back again in the evening. I immediately log stuff as soon as I return from a run. To me, there's nothing better than keeping track with paper and pencil! However, I do like keeping track online with widgets and such. I need a more solid online training tool. I'm terrible about not getting around to logging anything online until days after the fact - if at all. I thought my Droid would be the end to my procrastination, but clearly it wasn't! lol
With that being said, I'd love to hear your favorite online training log / tool!