And while the pedometer does make me a lot more aware of how much I'm walking (or not walking as the case may be on some days) there is an extra incentive to wear it because it can add a little bit more money to my health care account. I need to get 6000 health miles (HM). If you walk under 7000 steps, you get 20 HM. When I checked in today at almost 9000 steps, I got 80 HM. I didn't realize the incentive to hit the target number of steps was so large. Also, I'm not sure how I feel about HMs being a unit of measurement. Are there any units of measurement that scale in such a weird way? I think they should really be called Health Points, in which case I wouldn't have a problem with it. And I could pretend I'm in a video game.