4 thoughts on “Timing

    1. Rob Donoghue Post author

      Yeah, that’s what I thought too, but it turns out that being home is much more involved than anticipated.

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      1. Fred

        Yeah, I have started structuring my day anticipating that I’ll have maybe 4 good hours of brain-time for work rather than the 6-8 typical. I had been hoping it’d be different for you because I know how much you want to get back to writing.

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  1. Craig Foster

    Funny, but I started using a time tracking app on my phone. It works like something a lawyer would use to track billable hours. Or like a really smart, multi-button chess clock. Anyway, it’s truly depressing how much time on task I am recording. Or, put another way, I am WAY more productive at things that aren’t on my macro priority list than I ever imagined. Things like buying a time tracking app, I guess. :/

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