Mapping my weeks: my current favorite productivity hack.

I love your idea! I used to do this for myself and then depression set in and I found it hard to do anything! I’ve been trying to do this, again, for the past two years, and someone has had something or took upon themselves to add THEIR items to do ONTO MY list to disrupt my schedule. So what’s the point. I have got to do something because I’m trying to start a website and those daily duties can not be put off!

hannah brencher.

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I’ll just start by being honest: I went through a series of weeks at the beginning of this year where I wasn’t getting anything done. The slump didn’t last all that long but while I was inside of it, feeling like I was just treading water but not making an impact, it felt eternal. My time felt spread too thin. I felt chaotic whenever I would go over what needed to be done in my mind. I wasn’t making progress and I was getting sucked up by distractions.

I was wasting time on social media. I wasn’t writing. I was doing a series of menial tasks and making no real advancement towards projects that actually mattered to me. But in the last few weeks, everything changed.

I’m a sucker for productivity hacks. I live for them. However, I am learning that everyone operates differently. What works for me…

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