Are there any that you would mostly do even without the beeminder push? With beeminder it's like "I HAVE to do x,y,z or I'm gonna lose cash" even if the reality is "I want to do x,y,z because it improves the quality of my life." I find that beeminder takes the enjoyment out of some things because I'm doing it so that I don't lose money, rather than doing it because I like to do it.
I track exercise, meditation, healthy eating, my morning stretching, and my wakeup/sleep times in an excel file. No stick, only carrots. Those are things I do because I want to do them and I don't really require the fear of losing money to get done 80% of the time. I track them to keep me honest though, because otherwise I'll trick myself into thinking I'm doing things more than I am. I used to track everything in beeminder, but the more I beeminded, the less I felt like my day was actually Mine. Now it's like "Oh I didn't meditate yesterday I should do that." rather than "Shit, I gotta meditate today or I lose 10 bucks."
I'm a bit more lax with things I track in excel than I am with things I track in beeminder, but not a lot. The things I track in excel have their own motivating factors and I do enjoy seeing all green boxes when I'm on a roll. These days I only use beeminder to track things that I really significantly drop the ball on if I don't have an immediate motivator (studying, almost exclusively.) Just something to consider.