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Yaware.TimeTracker tracks all computer activities, Internet and software use, and idle activities. It's available for all operating systems and has both cloud-dased and locally-hosted versions. http://timetracker.yaware.com/time-tracking-software-for-linux


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Without even having to look at the data for each week, your results are a bit self-explanatory in my humble opinion. I will explain them to the best of my knowledge and tell you how to improve. The activities that I was already doing before starting this were no-brainers, my score went up with those. A body at rest will continue to be at rest unless ...


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I think the kanban method can help you. Like you, I have so many things in mind I want to start. I am visual, so I used something I can see. I use Evernote. I use my cork board. How? I write everything I needed to do and place them on my to-do list. It will always be there. I will not missed them. I do not have to think about them again and again. ...


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My simple answer: decide to practice regular exercise. How to do it: Start small. Create tiny habits that will help you start again. Attach a new tiny habit to whatever you do everyday. Enrolling in a gym might be a big step for you now, most specially if there is not habit linked to it. You will be forcing yourself too hard. But you can always walk ...


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I think this question is essentially asking: how much is my time worth? Googling it led me to several online articles, many of which recommend this little calculator to figure out how much your money is really worth. If you were able to put a dollar value on your time, then decisions involving time/money trade-offs might be easier to make. Hope this helps! ...


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You can spend a lot of time analyzing and figuring out triggers and ways in terms of psychology and self help books etc. Here's a simple thing that worked for me. Eliminate things that can cause excuses to happen. Examples of what I faced in the same area: Gym - No time, too far, it's raining, lazy, get dressed, drive, traffic Travel - Cant find ...


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I will put in a few things I learnt from reading books. Pick which suits you. I will give some examples to help you understand the concept better. B=MAT, B=Behaviour, M=Motivation, A=Ability, T=Trigger. So you need a behavioural change here. That is to workout regularly. Motivation for you then, maybe because you have friends who would appreciate your ...


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What were you debating? You don't specify it, although you say it took long, so maybe there's a clue there: were you just speaking of this and that, showcasing emotions, preferences, opinions? Stuff that, being subjective, is not prone to reach any conclusion? Maybe the sensation of waste of time comes from that: you could have spent 10 more minutes, or 10 ...



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