Last week, I started a great book by Laura Vanderkam called 168 hours. She has some really great resources on how to manage your time in this book, and one of my favorites are her time-tracking tools. If you’re completing the Time-Tracker tool explained in the summer newsletter series, both of these tools are fantastic.
The first one is for you paper-loving folks. If you don’t or choose not to have access to a computer during the day, or you just prefer to write things down rather than type them down, this sheet is a great resource for you.
If you’re like me and find it easier-and faster-to type, her excel spreadsheet is perfect.
As I stated in the summer newsletter, if you want to improve the way you use your time, you first have to figure out where it is going. Both of these tools are great resources that will help you keep track of your hours.