Public Notes by chase_ats Tagged #mindfulness
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ATracker Time Tracker | Daily habit + Goal + Routine. ATracker is a simple yet very powerful time tracking app and productivity tool that allows you to use it with minimal setup. #time_tracking #freemium #SaaS #apple_watch_apps #quantified_self #mindfulness #pub
Best time tracking app for freelancers & small business. Track projects, clients, & tasks on the web, iPhone & Apple Watch. Try Hours for Free! #time_tracking #freemium #SaaS #apple_watch_apps #quantified_self #mindfulness #pub
"Say you’re just about to start working on something. You sit down, put on your headphones and start writing code. After two hours of intensive work you find out you’ve gotten almost nowhere. You’re wondering why, you didn’t think the task you picked would take that much time, in fact you didn’t think about it at all. So you’ve spent two hours and you feel like you have done nothing. You think, “I might as well check if there are some new creative uses of my favorite meme.” And you end up on Reddit. If you had estimated the task in the first place, you would know it’s a three pointer, so it’s gonna take a while and that’s okay. After finishing it after four hours of intensive focus, you know exactly why it took so long — because it was a three pointer! And you know you’ve accomplished a good deal of work, and you’re happy to keep going. Now let’s talk about another case: There’s some really easy task to do, but suddenly something of highest importance appears in your Facebook news feed (your ex is now in a relationship). Two hours later you find out you could’ve finished your simple task a long time ago, but you didn’t, so you’re really demotivated. If you estimated that task in the first place, it would get a point or two, and you would feel really motivated to deliver it. When the important Facebook item comes up you would think “well my ex being in a relationship is utterly important, but this task is just a one-pointer so I’m gonna finish it first.”... " #productivity #task_management #discipline #mindfulness #blog_posts #to_the_point #pub
"jrnl jrnl is a simple journal application for your command line. Journals are stored as human readable plain text files - you can put them into a Dropbox folder for instant syncing and you can be assured that your journal will still be readable in 2050, when all your fancy iPad journal applications will long be forgotten. jrnl also plays nice with the fabulous DayOne and can read and write directly from and to DayOne Journals." #Day_One #journaling #cli #open_source #plain_text #Writing #mindfulness #introspection #ideas #code #@to_do #python #pub
_Isn't as robust as RescueTime on Android since iOS is more locked down. So can't see which apps you are actually using._ Also only has 2 stars in the app store. That's not a good sign._ "What Moment does Tracks how much you use your iPhone and iPad automatically and tracks your progress Tracks how many times you pick up your iPhone and iPad each day counting every little distracted moment Tracks where you go each day and plots your travels on a map Invisible app As long as Moment is running in the background, you never have to open it again Set daily limits on yourself and choose a warning sound when you go over Set up occasional nudges throughout the day and choose a subtle reminder sound" #habits #iOS #mindfulness #paid #price:$5 #quantified_self #smartphone_era #tracking #pub