Joined 14 months ago from Washington, D.C. area
As an engineer, soon-to-be patent attorney, and a former military officer, I have learned alot about time management and efficiency. I want to have more free time to do the things I enjoy and spend it with the people I enjoy spending time with. The over-arching theme of my writings is efficiency. I really try to structure my life in a way that makes things easier for me, while simultaneously trying to have less “clutter” in my life. Clutter is not just the stuff that’s in your apartment, dorm room, house, etc., although that’s certainly a huge part of the clutter in your life. Clutter is also the things you’re trying to remember on a daily, weekly, sometimes even hourly basis. I’m sure there are books written on every type of clutter you’ve got in your life – I’ve read a good amount of those books. But the difficulty is always finding the good nuggets of wisdom you can actually use in those self-help type books and then putting them into action. They’re full of ideas…..but hardly ever any concrete suggestions. What I’m trying to do is provide you those concrete suggestions.
14 months ago
I was at a breaking point. My days were consumed with tasks – both personal tasks and work tasks. At the end of the day, I felt like I hadn’t done anything that I really wanted to do. Too often I didn’t have time for the gym. Didn’t have time to read a book for pleasure. Didn’t have time to coo
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