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"They’ll likely find hours in their weeks—hours lost to activities that aren’t meaningful or enjoyable in any sense. Everyone has time that could be repurposed. Hours pass whether or not we are aware of where they go. Best to figure out where they go, so time—the ultimate limited resource—can be allocated to what matters, rather than what doesn’t."

Author and time management expert Laura Vanderkam says if you keep track of exactly how you’re spending your time, 15 minutes will seem like nothing.

Protip: this lesson translates perfectly onto money management too.

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    Protip: this lesson translates perfectly onto money management too.
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    Making a log of how you spend your time is SO eye opening. Last fall, my Intro. to Fitness class had an assignment where...
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