Have you donated blood recently?

Loggit can assist you to improve on your good habits.

You don't need a special reason to donate blood. You just need your own reason.

If donating blood is something you like doing but don't schedule in advance, it'll be important to know when was the last time you did it, to make sure enough time has passed, but also that it didn't happen too long ago. Having a better idea of your blood type and red-blood-cell count can also be helpful, if you did some blood analysis recently.

You can donate blood at any time of the year, and three or more times per year, depending on your situation.

If you don't remember the last time you did it, it can be dangerous to do it too soon, so make sure you record the next time you do it. An app like Loggit can help you with that, and it's end-to-end encrypted, so your data is only visible to you.

In any case, always check with a doctor to make sure you can do it safely.

If your donation is not related to your job or something that it's impossible to remember or estimate, chances are that people will forget about it and won't ask. If so, then a reminder would be useful.

Be sure to keep blood donation information private, secure, and only accessible to those who have a legitimate need to view it.

This can be done by storing it in a password-protected spreadsheet, emailing it to a designated person, or printing it out and keeping it in a locked location.

There are lots of ways to keep blood donation information safe, but the most important is to make sure that it is stored in an end-to-end encrypted manner.

Loggit is a good option because it stores all your logged events with end-to-end encryption.

You can also give blood on a recurring basis. This can be done by using a Blood Donation Form from your local Red Cross chapter, for example.

If you're in the United States, you can use this map to quickly locate nearby blood donation centers and find qualified phlebotomists.