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Outlining with Emacs org-mode Emacs org-mode (http://orgmode.org/) should be able to do what you want. It is an outliner software, so it naturally supports a tree-like structure with headlines, sub-headlines, etc. You can add tags, categories and other metadata to each headline/bullet point There are very comfortable features for clocking time spent on ...
Mindmapping Mindmaps are able to visualize a hierarchical "tree" structure of data naturally. I recommend the free and open source mindmapping tool Freeplane (http://freeplane.sourceforge.net/) - I am using it myself and it has a lot of very nice and useful features. It manages and creates hierarchical structures easily and clearly arranged It lets you ...
HabitRPG - Track your goals as a game. It has a web site and a Android app. I use it everyday, it's a bit complex at start but it's good
I'm pretty sure you don't need to check if you received a message every 10 minutes. If you go somewhere to study: You are going to study, not to check if you've received a message, leave your smartphone at home. If you go work: You are going to work, your smartphone is a distraction and makes you less productive, leave your smartphone at home. If you ...
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