We’re all pressed for time—how often do you hear, “You know, I have so much extra time today, I don’t know what to do with it all?” Never. (unless you’re 8-years-old, in which case, go eat an ice cream cone and jump on a trampoline for me, will you?).
Time feels like a scarcity, something we need to frantically collect more of in order to do everything on our list. It’s hiding, somewhere, if only we unturn the right stone. Somehow, those successful people—the ones who have their act together—have a map with an X on that magical spot where time overflows.
But here’s the thing: we all have 168 hours a week. No one has any more time than anybody else.
Spend Your Days: How to Control Time With Rocks, Bullets, Chisels, & a Boat
In this digital book, I walk through how I personally manage my time so that I spend it doing the things that matter most to me.
It’s not prescriptive, telling you it has to be done this way. It’s descriptive, telling you, This is how it’s worked well for me. Maybe you’d like to give it a shot?
It also explains how I manage my to-do lists in my bullet journal.
I loved writing Spend Your Days because I love freeing us from the tyrannical idea that we should always be doing more, getting more done, hacking our time so that we fill it with more.
Nope. I’m all about doing less, but doing less better.
If you’re a fan of Essentialism, like me, I think you’ll like this new ebook of mine. And? It’s short—only 70 pages. I mean, why write a long book about making the most out of your time, right?
Psst… It’s also available as part of the evergreen Conquer Your Clutter bundle.