People choose to document their lives in different ways—some keep diaries, some make scrapbooks, some blog (wink). Until recently, I've never heard of anyone creating a personal annual report as a means of documentation, but thats exactly what NYC's Nicholas Feltron produces every year. He compiles every statistic imaginable for a young Manhattanite: taxi fares, miles walked, vacation days taken, iTunes tracks played, even the percentage of his day he spent measuring everything for his annual report.
The end result is a super clean, infographic masterpiece. The stats don't mean much to us, the reader/viewer, but the report provides definite entertainment and some pretty sweet infographic design inspiration. Check out the report in its entirety here.
You can also view more of Feltron's professional work here.