Thursday, June 25, 2009

The Day Grid helps you balance your own life

Graphic designer and productivity scholar David Seah has published a new free form named The Day Grid Balancer, built for you to try and organize all about the most longed balance in modern human history: the one between work and life.
Unlike some of my other forms, The Day Grid Balancer is not intended to track time very accurately. You can use the various grid boxes, as I've described them in the earlier 24 boxes and asymmetric grids post, to note when you spend an hour doing something that seems to fit in the balance diagram.

At first the form looks a little complicated, but the instructions show you precisely how to use it to track your various tasks, and to see how well work and life are coexisting. Give it a try if you feel like it, and write about your own experience in our comments.

The Day Grid Balancer, via Lifehacker.

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