Weekly review: Week ending August 28, 2015

Hypothesis: Time slept is positively correlated with feelings of accomplishment, instead of being negatively correlated as I might expect. When I think I’ve done a lot, I’m often surprised to find I slept quite a fair bit, too. (Conversely: when I’m surprised by how much the review tells me I’ve done, oddly, I’m usually also surprised by how average my sleep has been.)

Well, this week was a special case: more physical activity than usual, thanks to tiling, and lots of social interaction as well. So yeah, more sleep makes total sense.

Hmm. A fun way to test this hypothesis is to do the sorts of things that make me feel accomplished and awesome, and sleep as I need or want to. It’s not a rigorous test, but it’s hard to see a downside to this plan. =) Maybe they’re not really correlated at all, and it’s just my brain trying to see patterns.

2015-09-03a Week ending 2015-08-28 -- index card #journal #weekly output

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Focus areas and time review

  • Business (11.3h – 6%)
    • Earn (9.9h – 87% of Business)
      • Prepare invoice
      • Earn: E1: 1-2 days of consulting
    • Build (1.4h – 12% of Business)
      • Drawing (1.4h)
      • Paperwork (0.0h)
    • Connect (0.0h – 0% of Business)
  • Relationships (19.0h – 11%)
  • Discretionary – Productive (15.3h – 9%)
    • Emacs (4.6h – 2% of all)
    • Writing (0.0h)
  • Discretionary – Play (20.2h – 12%)
  • Personal routines (28.2h – 16%)
  • Unpaid work (5.0h – 2%)
  • Sleep (69.0h – 41% – average of 9.9 per day)