Time tracking grants some great benefits, but you have to know why you’re doing it. Justin discusses both the why and the how on this week’s episode.
Journaling is a great habit for now, but journaling also can have big impacts on future you. Justin outlines three ways keeping a journal can improve life for your future self.
This app takes a lot of inspiration from Federico Viticci’s Toggl workflows for iOS, but packages them in a beautifully designed, easy to use application.
I’ve been using this application as part of the beta for the last few months, and was blown away how easy it made interacting with Toggl. When I was self-employed, I used this app daily to keep track of all my billable hours, and it was easy. Here’s how —
Timery gives you the ability to save templates for time entries. In the app, you simply tap the template and start logging time.
What makes Timery extra special is these templates are shown on a widget. Without even unlocking your phone, you can swipe right on the lock screen, tap the entry to start, and you’re done. No thinking involved.
I know time tracking can be a chore for some, but Timery removes the most annoying bits of friction around starting and stopping timers. If you’ve struggled accurately tracking time, I 100% recommend Timery. Give it a go!
Often the systems we want to help us find peace of mind only get us stressed out. In this week’s episode, Justin discusses some mindsets on how productivity can lead us to peace of mind.
Justin wraps up the discussion from last week on lesson’s he’s learned working from home over the last seven years.
In part 1 of a 2 part series, Justin shares five lessons he’s learned in the last seven years of working from home.