With DONUT METRICS you will be able to quantify, track, and compare your experiences with 52 donuts based on your personal donut priorities. The book includes a Guided Donut Reflection and scoring sheets, in addition to graphs and other prompts to help you visualize and analyze your data. It also features a slew of donut activities, including donut-related conversation starters and drawing projects. DONUT METRICS is the follow-up to PIZZA METRICS and the second in a series of data-focused food-rating journals from Yum Index. Yum Index represents a passion for both food and data shared by friends Maria and Tricia, who are always eating food or talking about it (sometimes both at the same time). Visit Yum Index at ww.YumIndex.com or on Instagram and Twitter @Yum_Index
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About the Author
ABOUT MARIA KIRSTEN ADELMANN As a professional fiction writer, Maria's entire life is a side hustle. Always on the lookout for a deal, Maria enjoys the delights of low-cost treats like pizza and donuts. She loves getting invested in new projects and keeps enough data about her life to make an end-of-year report full of graphs. You can visit her at www.MariaInk.com or on twitter or instagram @ink176. ABOUT TRICIA AUNG While eating breakfast, Tricia reliably thinks about what she will eat for dinner that day. Tricia is a full-time global health professional with several part-time side hustles. She specializes in monitoring & evaluation of global health programs and data visualization. She runs an Etsy shop, where she sells handmade candles to seltzer admirers (and those trying to woo seltzer admirers). Tricia lives in Baltimore with her super mutt, Cody. Visit her at www.TriciaAung.com, on twitter @triciaaung, or on instagram @tricianottracy.