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How to Use Time Tracking to Boost Your Productivity in Less than 15 minutes a week

How to Use Time Tracking to Boost Productivity in Less than 15 Minutes a Weekl. Time tracking is the simplest and most effective tool I've found to improve your productivity and keep you focused on your goals.

 

Why do we feel like we are always running out of time? No matter how productive I think I am, I often feel like time is just melting away from me faster than a popsicle in this blazing summer heat. With 3 boys keeping me busy this summer, I need to be even more focused on making the best use of my time if I want to meet my personal, home and blog/business goals.

It’s easy to lose sight of our goals when we get lost in the busyness of daily life. So I want to let you in on my secret to staying focused on your goals when it seems that time is slipping away. Luckily, it’s just about the simplest and most effective time management tool you can use to analyze how you spent your time so you can boost your productivity in the future….

Time tracking.

Time tracking isn’t trendy or expensive. At first, it can be hard to remember to jot down the time you spent on a particular task. But, once you get in the habit and you learn how to analyze how you spent your time, time tracking is the single easiest thing you can do to improve your productivity and stay focused on your goals.

Today, I’m talking all about How to Use Time Tracking to Boost Your Productivity in 15 minutes or less per week over on my blogging friend Angela’s blog, Setting my Intention. In the post, I’ll show you: 

  • the benefits of time tracking
  • how to identify your key projects or roles
  • simple ways to track your time
  • how color coding can help you analyze your time, and 
  • 3 key questions to ask yourself to improve and boost your productivity for next week
  • pictures with a peek inside my Passion Planner (use my discount code TANYA10 to get 10% off your full priced order)

After color coding my blocks of time in my Passion Planner, I ask myself 3 key questions to analyze what improvements I need to make to crush my goals and improve my productivity each week.

 

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It won’t take you long to read the post or implement the ideas I offer. You just grab a notebook or your planner and get started and see how time tracking can boost your productivity in less than 15 minutes this week. So head on over to my guest post on time tracking to boost your productivity on Setting My Intention and let’s work hard so we can play harder this summer!

 

How do you keep track of your time? How has it helped you improve your productivity? What do you do to keep focused on your goals? Let’s discuss and help each other out on our goal-crushing journey!

 

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More Productivity Resources and My Thrive with Chronic Illness Planner Now on Sale!

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Today, I’m excited to tell you about something that might help in your quest for gaining more time and managing it well. A bundle of resources created by people (I’m one of them!) who understand that you’re looking for practical productivity solutions that will work in your lifestyle.

 

It’s called Ultimate Productivity Bundle* and it was created and curated by people with real life responsibilities just like you: they have families, work part- to full-time jobs or run businesses, don’t have personal assistants or the budget for hiring lots of extra help. They want to help you (and themselves) conquer your to-do list, free up more time for yourself, and reach your goals.

When you buy the Ultimate Productivity Bundle you’ll get access to:

    • 5 eBooks
    • 14 eCourses & videos
    • 26 printables & workbooks

Including….

 

I’m excited to announce that my newest product, the Thrive With Chronic Illness Planner + Journal is included in the Ultimate Productivity Bundle*on sale for a limited time! This planner is a labor of love and brings one of my life goals to reality.

While designed for the unique needs and challenges of chronic illness patients, the Thrive with Chronic Illness Planner + Journal will help you:

  • overcome overwhelm from daily life
  • take charge of your stress, physical and emotional health
  • track your daily health and doctor’s visits
  • identify your health and stress triggers so you can control what you can and let go of what you can’t
  • set realistic, achievable goals
  • get done what you need to so you can have more fun
  • establish a customized cleaning routine and menu plan that works for you
  • track and analyze your budget and actual expenses
  • celebrate your successes and how you THRIVE each week and every day
  • uncover lessons learned so you can improve your method each week

 Look at the resources available just for time management: 

Time Management inside the bundle

  • Personality-Based Time Management by Susie Glennan (ebook, $4.99 value)
  • It’s About Time by Aby Garvey (ebook, $49 value)
  • Take Back Your Time: How to Become a Motivated Time Saving Mama (ebook, $4.99 value)
  • How to Finish Your To Do List Everyday by Marcia Ramsland (video, $47 value)
  • Organize Your Life with Trello by Cara Harvey & Elisa Giorgio (ecourse, $47 value)

Those time management resources alone are worth over $152 so even if you complete a few of these you’ll get your money’s worth.

Check out the entire Ultimate Productivity Bundle* . At only $37 for over $1,500 worth of resources, It’s an incredible deal for everything you get and the bonuses for early birds! Plus it comes back with a 30-day happiness guarantee so you really have nothing to lose! 

 

Other Posts Like This You Might Enjoy

Planning Tips to Achieve Your Dream Life

5 Time Management Tips to Achieve Your Dream Life

How a Summer Bullet Journal for Kids Saved My Sanity

 

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7 Comments

  1. Time tracking stresses me out. I once was an over-planner, and I went to a Franklin covey seminar and they suggest only planning 65% of your day. I think it is healthier to schedule some fun and downtime.
    The trick is to map out your day with tasks and appointments in your daily calendar including driving time.
    I first schedule appointments with driving time, then put your tasks by half hour in between the appointments. Too keep from going over your time limit schedule the alarm on your phone at the time
    When you start the task. I go shopping weekly where all the stores for what I need are all within walking distance of each other. I can do groceries, gas, bank, hardware, and dollar store in one stop. My reward
    Is Dunkin’ Donuts when I’m done.

  2. Hi Tanya, I’m writing you here.
    I see you are meticulous with your planning and goal tracking. Thanks for the tips. I should give it a try and write down what I do and when in order to have a better knowledge of when I waste time. Besides, this summer I have to tutor a girl, apart from my regular job, and I also have to study a subject I failed in the first semester (and I’ll finish my degree!). Besides, I would like to take a short holiday, SO…
    Kisses!!

  3. I loved this post Tanya – thank you so much for sharing this great habit with my readers. I know it personally motivated me to try it and it showed me that I actually spend way more time with my family and on household chores than I thought I was spending! Tracking time relieved me of a little mom guilt, which is ALWAYS a good thing!

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