Breaking promises again
I was worried earlier about gaining too much productivity if I cut down on distractions and start to manage my time better. Luckily, there's suddenly quite a lot of work around. Actually so much, that I'll have to concentrate to get everything done in time and well.
In the beginning of Hacked Man I promised that I won't be . . .
When checking Beeminder and thinking up of adding some new goal, I bumped into something called HabitRPG. Beeminder and HabitRGP had been connected to each other and now you could beemind your habitrpging.
HabitRPG is a gamified service to help you form habits, accomplish to-dos or keep a daily routine. You get exp, damage and can level ups, . . .
I promised results on my challenge to start using Timely a lot, so here we go!
I had a couple of questions when I started, so let's go through those to begin with.
Cutting down distractions has worked well. Maybe even really well. When I start the clock on Timely, I usually close down all instant messaging thingies, emails, . . .
So, I've been on a choir trip for five days. Every night a concert, every night a party after the concert. A flight, 800 km on a bus, four different hotels, etc. All while in company of about 60 other singers. I'm not that social person and being bening and sociable takes a toll. It's fun, but uses up energy.
These sort of trips . . .
One of the biggest challenges related to Hacked Man so far has been sticking to good habits while on a vacation. Now I'm leaving for a five day concert trip, with lots of singing, sitting in a bus and maybe also some drinks with the local choirs. This might be pretty risky.
As I always forget these sort of things, I again forgot to put my . . .
This weekend we're moving to another apartment. I dislike moving more than most things I really dislike, but guess there's no avoiding it at times. We have one apartment moved already and we're done for the day, but have no electricity yet, so here's a picture of a dark lager in a dark room:
Curiously, I'm not that . . .
Learning to use a tool
I promised to plan a proper routine for learning to use Timely to track my time. I don't know if Timely is the best possible time management app (as I tried just a few), but it seems to do what I want and is obviously a quality service. At least it will give me a chance to try managing my time properly and see if time management in . . .