Resources for Time Awareness
"I will be organized. To that end I will take stock and see what organization I really need. I will not stop at straightening my desk, but will better organize my thoughts and more clearly envision the great work I mean to do. I will risk reorganizing the pieces that compromise the puzzle of my life." – Eric Maisel, Affirmations for Artists
Book and Online Resources for Time Awareness
Becoming A Master Student by David Ellis
Organizing for your Brain Type by Lanna Nakone
Taming Time: http://www.tamingtime.com/
Dartmouth College: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~acskills/success/time.html
Time Management for Anarchists Video: http://nomediakings.org/vidz/time_management_for_anarchists_the_movie.html
Time Management for College Students: http://www.vgcc.edu/CounselingServices/Time-management.pdf
Clemson University: http://www.clemson.edu/collegeskills/sec2pg1.htm
Online Resources Gathered from Taming Time
Daily Activities, Notes and Plans? Easy With Google Calendar!
Google has a free online calendar system you can use to track your daily activities and plans. One of the most well known free time management tools available online. Its online so easily accessible. Can be accessed by any computer and you can integrate it with your gmail account if you have one.
A big giant online stopwatch and countdown clock. It is basically a timer you can use to track what you are doing. Because it is free and online, it is easy to access if you are on the internet a lot.
Track Everything in One Place Online: Toodledo
Online place where you can track your to-do lists, add notes etc. If something happens to your computer, you wont lose your data in toodledo because it is stored online. Same applies if you are traveling but not taking a computer - easy access to all your information. It's free, try it out and see what you think. You can upgrade to a paid service if you want as well.
Helps Prevent Time Wasting Online: Leechblock Extension for Firefox
Used to block certain websites for set periods of time. You choose what websites to block, when and for how long. This means you can block all the websites that you waste time on, either permanently or for a set period of time. You may decide to "block yourself" from facebook while you are working online for example. Good to help create some boundaries - and any time you try to open a blocked site you will be sharply reminded that you are wasting time online once again. Give it a go if you suspect you have a bit of an internet addiction!
An awesome theory and plan for time management.
Amazing lists of online resources for time management ideas and help from Seattle Pacific University.
From the Free Management Library.
From Time Management Central.