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Weekly review: Week ending February 14, 2014

I focused on delegation this week. Good results for writing (although I made a mistake by not making sure that one of my assistants clearly understood the task). Not particularly keen on results so far for technical interviews, but maybe we’ll figure something out. I’ve been learning a lot more about grilling people during technical interviews.

Lots of connecting, too! I’ve been encouraging people to set up meetings with me with http://sach.ac/meet . Along the way, I’m figuring out the things I like about conversations. I like helping people with Org Mode, especially if they’ve used it enough to know where they’re getting stuck. I like talking to people who are actively learning about stuff, believe in themselves, and are focused on moving forward. I like it when people’s questions and curiosities happen to mesh with my own. I enjoy talking to motivated beginners about Emacs, writing, and learning, and I’m getting better at harvesting topics for future blog posts. I’m a little surprised by a common characteristic I’ve noticed among conversations that left me feeling a little odd, so I need to think about that some more.

Oh, and quite a few upgrades to test. I usually spread upgrades out over time so that I can make more careful decisions and evaluate the changes, but I ran into several technical limitations that I think I might run into more if my current interests continue. So: larger drive, faster Internet upload speeds (should make those Hangouts better), and a better microphone. I’ll consider it worth it if I end up sharing more. Restoring from my image backup worked fine, I messed up when migrating my document folder to the new drive – photoSync was still running in the background, so it deleted a number of the images I shared. Hooray for backups, though!

Anyway, I think this coming week will be a week of following up on things to reflect on and share. Also, if the Quantified Sandbox unconference is pushing through, I’ll need to put together that time-tracking workshop. Must plan some recovery time. Let’s see how it goes.

Blog posts

Sketches

  1. 2014.02.08 A path to delegating more content
  2. 2014.02.08 A path toward taming your TODO list
  3. 2014.02.08 Artists and entrepreneurs
  4. 2014.02.08 Delegation and task efficiency
  5. 2014.02.08 Learning and fluency
  6. 2014.02.08 The fox and the hedgehog
  7. 2014.02.08 Unfair advantages
  8. 2014.02.08 What could that fluency look like
  9. 2014.02.09 How do I want to manage my learn-share pipeline
  10. 2014.02.09 Imagining a course or membership area
  11. 2014.02.09 Living your dream
  12. 2014.02.10 Delegation as programming
  13. 2014.02.10 Thinking about object-oriented programming and delegation
  14. 2014.02.11 Delegation excuse – But other people won’t do as good a job as I would
  15. 2014.02.11 Reflecting on building a value-filled life
  16. 2014.02.11 The LEGO Movie – Reflections on Master Builders
  17. 2014.02.11 Thinking about blog improvements
  18. 2014.02.12 Test-driven learning
  19. 2014.02.13 A No-Excuses Guide to Blogging – Summary of 10 blogging excuses and how to work around them
  20. 2014.02.13 How much does it cost to start with virtual assistance

Link round-up

Focus areas and time review

  • Business (57.8h – 34%)
    • Earn (10.4h – 17% of Business)
      • [X] E1: Add image links
      • [X] Earn: E1: 2.5-3.5 days of consulting
      • [ ] Deposit cheque
      • [ ] Earn: E1: 2.5-3.5 days of consulting
    • Build (31.7h – 54% of Business)
      • [X] Experiment with better microphone – clearer-ish audio, more convenient?
      • [X] Move to larger drive – AOMEI restore worked fine
      • [X] Set up a system for backing up my backup drive to the computer downstairs
      • Drawing (11.4h)
        • [X] Draw the next step for Emacs-related sketches
      • Delegation (11.4h)
        • [X] Delegation: Delegate some writing-related tasks
        • [X] Delegation: Interview tech applicants
        • [X] Build: Document post-podcast process
        • [ ] Delegation: Interview more tech applicants
      • Packaging (2.7h)
        • [ ] Make baby-steps guide for Org Mode and TODOs
      • Paperwork (0.0h)
        • [X] File payroll return
        • [ ] File federal annual return
    • Connect (15.7h – 27% of Business)
      • [X] Connect: Chat about Free Geek Toronto
      • [X] Connect: Chat with Greg about Emacs
      • [X] Connect: Chat with Mel about self-directed learning
      • [X] Connect: Chat with Naomi Fein about delegation and sketchnoting
      • [ ] Connect: Chat with Evan about visual thinking
      • [ ] Connect: Check what’s going on with the Quantified Sandbox
      • [ ] Connect: Hang out with Matthew and learn more about d3js at HackLab
      • [ ] Follow up on conversations
    • Relationships (10.7h – 6%)
      • [X] Work on project with W-
    • Discretionary – Productive (8.9h – 5%)
      • [ ] Deposit USD
      • [ ] Go for eye exam
      • [ ] Reflect on two-year mark for experiment
      • Writing (6.8h)
    • Discretionary – Play (4.9h – 2%)
    • Personal routines (16.2h – 9%)
    • Unpaid work (7.5h – 4%)
    • Sleep (64.1h – 38% – average of 9.2 per day)

Weekly review: Week ending February 7, 2014

Hmm. Way fewer sketches this week because I was focusing on packaging and delegation. Good work getting http://sachachua.com/no-excuses-blogging (PDF, EPUB, MOBI) out the door, though. Also, I was concentrating on planning my life. =) Now that the general direction is mostly sorted out, let’s get going!

Blog posts

Sketches

  1. 2014.02.02 A path for learning to delegate or outsource
  2. 2014.02.02 Imagining a useful member’s area
  3. 2014.02.02 Learning on your own
  4. 2014.02.03 How to learn from business books
  5. 2014.02.04 How to create your own exercises for deliberate practice during self-directed learning
  6. 2014.02.04 Improving the way I delegate
  7. 2014.02.04 Thinking about idea development and possible blogging flow
  8. 2014.02.04 What systems do I need to put into place to do awesome
  9. 2014.02.05 Delegation and drawings – where does it make sense
  10. 2014.02.05 Notes on publishing
  11. 2014.02.06 What other excuses can I collect and work around
  12. 2014.02.07 Adjusting the balance
  13. 2014.02.07 Low-hanging fruit
  14. 2014.02.07 What are my motivations for questions

Link round-up

Focus areas and time review

  • Business (55.7h – 33%)
    • Earn (28.6h – 51% of Business)
      • [X] E1: Work on prototype for conversation
      • [X] E1: Add image links
      • [X] E2: Animate script 3
      • [X] E2: Send new script 1 and trailer
      • [X] E2: Slow down script 2
      • [X] Earn: E1: 2.5-3.5 days of consulting
      • [ ] Deposit cheque
      • [ ] Earn: E1: 2.5-3.5 days of consulting
    • Build (20.5h – 36% of Business)
      • Delegation
        • [X] Build: Document post-podcast process
        • [X] Hire writers
        • [X] Delegate making my website more responsive
        • [ ] Document process for setting up a public conversation
      • Content
      • Packaging
        • [X] Compile blog posts related to busting blogging excuses
        • [ ] Plan and record a video for busting blogging excuses
        • [ ] Explore membership plugins / course plugins
      • Other
        • [X] Build: Tweak performance on server
        • [X] Build: File payroll return
    • Connect (6.7h – 11% of Business)
      • [X] Connect: Chat about Free Geek Toronto
      • [X] Connect: Chat with Google regarding Helpouts and Hangouts
      • [X] Connect: Chat with Mel about self-directed learning
      • [ ] Connect: Chat with Naomi Fein about delegation and sketchnoting
  • Relationships (6.5h – 3%)
    • [X] Attend party at Beatrice
    • [X] Have Maira over (Sunday)
    • [ ] Work on project with W-
  • Discretionary – Productive (1.7h – 0%)
    • Writing (0.6h)
  • Discretionary – Play (0.0h – 0%)
  • Personal routines (18.8h – 11%)
  • Unpaid work (14.1h – 8%)
  • Sleep (71.3h – 42% – average of 10.2 per day) (!) Oh right, it was because I was sorting out some stuff in my head.

Reflecting on wild success

While cleaning out my blog drafts (150+ had accumulated over the years), I came across a post that I had started writing in February 2009. Part of the draft had been incorporated into this imagination of wild success, but the draft had more details I had never gotten around to posting. It’s been almost five years since then, so I thought I’d dust it off and see what had happened.

What would wild success look like? Thinking about this helps me figure out where I want to go and how I want to get there. The picture is still fuzzy and I know it’ll change over time, but it’s interesting to see what’s in it and what isn’t.

Here’s what a day in my future wildly successful life could look like:

Life is fantastic. I’m happy, I’m making a difference doing something I love doing, and I smile every day. I wake up at 5:00am to kisses, cats, music, light, and colors. I exercise a little in the morning, to help me wake up and get the day off to an energetic start. I have a delicious and healthy breakfast with loved ones – fresh fruits in season, steel-cut oats, fluffy pancakes, or other favorites. Then I clear the kitchen table, do my morning planning, and work on some fun, creative things: brainstorming, writing blog posts and articles, and developing prototypes and systems. I snack on nearby fruits and nuts throughout the morning. I may launch a new information product before lunch, or at least once a week. The payments start rolling in.

As it turns out, 5 AM is much too early for me. 8 AM is more reasonable. Yes to kisses and cats (technically, cat – only Neko is allowed in the bedroom). Reading this reminded me that I should set my alarm to some music instead of the chime that I set during my last system restore. Lights and colours are accomplished with bedside lamp and smartphone. I don’t bother with exercise unless I really need to wake up fast; with enough sleep, I usually wake up well-rested. Our breakfast routines have settled into plain rice and fried egg, occasionally with beef tapa; sometimes oatmeal or congee if we make a large batch. I work on the kitchen table because I like the sunlight, although I also like using the desk I’ve set up downstairs. I decided against the information-product route, at least for now; I’d rather learn, explore, and share for free.

We have a light and yummy lunch: leftover pasta, salad, soup, or something like that. Then I work on more routine tasks: testing code, editing and formatting documents, answering mail, following up with people. I also check on the status of my delegated tasks, and things are going well. Towards the end of the day, I wind down by doing chores. Sometimes we take a walk to pick up new books or groceries. We exercise, make dinner, and take care of other things. I spend some time connecting with others socially, too – writing on my blog, connecting with people online, calling people. The day ends on a happy and thankful note.

Routine tasks get deferred to low-energy time at some point during the week, now that I’ve learned to be less guilty about my inbox. Things are going well with delegation. =) Chores continue to be a great way to wind down, although I tend to do library walk after lunch so that I can get some exercise and sunlight. I’ve decided to not bother with making phone calls, although I’ll dip into social networks at the beginning and end of my day. Google Helpouts has become an interesting way to schedule interaction, too.

The income from investments covers my basic expenses, freeing me up to work on information products and experiment with things I’m interested in. I’ve figured out how to create and capture lots of value using the Internet, and I enjoy making little experiments and creating value. The money from that goes into my “retirement” fund (which is really just about freeing up even more of my time to work on larger projects), and into a few luxuries. Our lifestyles remain simple, and our expenses are minimal.

I crunched the numbers for last year, and I was surprised to find that my (theoretical) capital gains exceeded my expenses by a healthy margin. Yay! This and other things mean I can experiment with giving what I know away for free / pay what you want, which results in much less friction and much more happiness (at least for me). =) Our lifestyle is pretty much the same as it was in 2009, except that I buy a slightly wider range of groceries and I occasionally buy tools.

I visit the Philippines at least once a year, and I sometimes stay there for a while so that I can hang out with friends and try different experiences. When my friends are busy working, I work remotely, creating more things and trying things out.

It works out to every other year or so. Last time, we stayed for a month, which was much more awesome than staying for just two weeks. =)

I regularly give presentations to companies, universities, and other groups, and I have a good workflow for putting those online and helping people learn from them. I help organize virtual and in-person events, bringing people together for great conversations. I experiment with ideas for helping people connect and collaborate. Sometimes I coach people, too.

Semi. Writing and drawing is much more fun than giving presentations, and I have a good workflow for putting my sketches online. I help organize a couple of meetups in Toronto, and I’m getting pretty comfortable setting up online conversations. And yes, I’m experimenting with helping people connect through Google Helpouts, and a lot of those conversations look like coaching. Funny how that works out…

I enjoy playing some favorite tunes on the piano, drawing diagrams and pictures, and writing about life and technology. I enjoy sewing, and my wardrobe is full of clothes that make me feel happy and creative.

Nope on the piano and the sewing, but yep on the drawing and writing. My wardrobe is pretty much the same it was back then (aside from the addition of a few tech-fabric shirts and pants). It’s better-tracked, though! <laugh>

It’s amusing to unearth old notes and reflect on how things actually worked out, and how my tastes haven’t changed much over the years. What I’d sketched lines up closely with how I live, but that’s because my wants are small. I knew back then that I would probably do an experiment like this, and that helped me save for it. Here I am, learning things I hadn’t even put on my list. =) What will the next five years be like? I’m not sure yet. If it’s more of the same, that will be awesome; and if it’s different, I’m sure it will be awesome too.

Weekly review: Week ending January 31, 2014

It was a good week for reflection, learning, and working on my own things.

Blog posts

Sketches

Sketches

  1. 2014.01.27 Current curiosities
  2. 2014.01.27 Finding tasks to delegate
  3. 2014.01.27 How can I improve my animation workflow
  4. 2014.01.27 How can I improve my book-reading workflow
  5. 2014.01.27 More thoughts on drawing on paper versus computer
  6. 2014.01.27 Self-directed learning flow
  7. 2014.01.28 Book – Decode and Conquer – Lewis Lin
  8. 2014.01.28 Delegation and helping people build their skills
  9. 2014.01.28 Delegation and helping people learn
  10. 2014.01.28 Helpers Help Out plans
  11. 2014.01.28 Moving past learning
  12. 2014.01.28 Reflective learning
  13. 2014.01.28 Translating my curiosity into actions and experiments TODO
  14. 2014.01.28 Understanding coaching in my life
  15. 2014.01.28 What do I get out of delegation
  16. 2014.01.29 Reflecting on visual book notes
  17. 2014.01.29 Spice combinations
  18. 2014.01.29 Translating what I learn
  19. 2014.01.30 Confederates
  20. 2014.01.30 Inspiring people to learn Emacs
  21. 2014.01.30 On packaging and publishing
  22. 2014.01.30 Publishing – what’s in my way, and how do I get past it
  23. 2014.01.30 Small steps towards publishing
  24. 2014.01.30 Thinking about my path to packaging and publishing
  25. 2014.01.30 Time to upgrade our Internet plan
  26. 2014.01.31 Getting good ideas out of your head – a path to publishing

Link round-up

Focus areas and time review

  • Business (47.5h – 28%)
    • Earn (13.5h – 28% of Business)
      • [X] E2: Draw TODOs for script 3
      • [X] E2: Resync trailer for script 1
      • [X] Earn: E1: 2.5-3.5 days of consulting
      • [ ] Earn: E1: 2.5-3.5 days of consulting
      • [ ] Deposit cheque
      • [ ] Work on prototype for conversation
      • [ ] E2: Animate script 3
      • [ ] E2: Send new script 1 and trailer
      • [ ] E2: Slow down script 2
    • Build (25.7h – 54% of Business)
      • [X] Build: Fill pipeline with other delegatable tasks
      • [X] Build: Rethink website design (esp. responsiveness)
      • [X] Replace sidebar mailing list subscription
      • [X] Tweak performance on server
      • [ ] Document process for setting up a public conversation
      • [ ] Plan and record a video for busting blogging excuses
      • Drawing (17.6h)
      • Paperwork (1.0h)
    • Connect (8.3h – 17% of Business)
      • [X] Connect: Chat about blogging
      • [X] Connect: Handle lots of Helpouts
      • [X] Connect: Talk to Ramon regarding coaching
      • [X] Connect: Write blog post re: computer, asking
      • [X] Connect: Talk to Paul about publishing
      • [ ] Connect: Chat about Free Geek Toronto
      • [ ] Connect: Chat with Google regarding Helpouts and Hangouts
      • [ ] Connect: Chat with Mel about self-directed learning
  • Relationships (2.5h – 1%)
    • [X] Chat with Mel
    • [ ] Attend party at Beatrice
  • Discretionary – Productive (13.6h – 8%)
    • [X] Listen to the Meditations of Marcus Aurelius
    • [X] Reflect on life without deadlines
    • Writing (8.0h)
  • Discretionary – Play (5.3h – 3%)
  • Personal routines (23.7h – 14%)
  • Unpaid work (16.5h – 9%)
  • Sleep (60.4h – 35% – average of 8.6 per day)

Weekly review: Week ending January 24, 2014

I’m almost two years into my 5-year experiment, and I’m starting to realize that self-direction is difficult, interesting, and well worth learning. I most likely have the space I need–more than the space, I need, actually–to explore this, so I should do that instead of getting distracted by the satisfaction and immediate feedback of working on other people’s goals. So I’ve been cutting back on consulting and ramping up delegation (to retroactively buy back my time), but I still have a lot to figure out. Philosophy seems to be a good place to start learning about liberal arts versus servile arts, and other things.

In other news: I got 20/20 on my citizenship test, hooray! However, my lost passport means that the application needs to be manually reviewed, and my travel records will need to be requested from the border agency. That’s okay. I can wait.

Blog posts

Sketches

  1. 2014.01.18 Reflecting on the Helpouts experiment so far
  2. 2014.01.20 How could I get more out of my sharing v2
  3. 2014.01.20 If I were a master of delegation
  4. 2014.01.20 What do I want to be more intentional about learning
  5. 2014.01.21 Breadth and depth in reading
  6. 2014.01.21 Understanding more about how I learn and share
  7. 2014.01.22 Mapping what I’m learning – update
  8. 2014.01.22 Quantified Self Toronto – Sugar, Black Box, Photo Metadata, QS Sandbox, Data Theatre
  9. 2014.01.22 Recognizing potential fears
  10. 2014.01.22 Taking a closer look at the impostor syndrome
  11. 2014.01.22 Then what is blogging’s place in my life
  12. 2014.01.22 What do I look for when I read – What are my goals
  13. 2014.01.22 What kinds of books suit me well
  14. 2014.01.22 Work and its place in my life
  15. 2014.01.23 Exploring negative feelings
  16. 2014.01.23 Mapping a path to understanding Stoicism
  17. 2014.01.23 What’s challenging or different about self-directed learning
  18. 2014.01.24 A path toward improving my writing and sharing
  19. 2014.01.24 A path toward learning from people
  20. 2014.01.24 How can I do work that’s more useful to myself and others
  21. 2014.01.24 What do I look for in blog posts
  22. 2014.01.24 Which parts of my writing process have I thought a lot about

Link round-up

Focus areas and time review

  • Business (47.8h – 28%)
    • Earn (14.1h – 29% of Business)
      • [X] E2: Add some white boxes for script 1
      • [X] E2: Redraw trailer for script 1
      • [X] Earn: E1: Consulting
      • [ ] E2: Draw TODOs for script 3
      • [ ] E2: Resync trailer for script 1
      • [ ] Earn: E1: 2.5-3.5 days of consulting
    • Build (24.8h – 51% of Business)
      • [X] Build: Draw headers for my mailing lists
      • [X] Build: Switch Mailchimp mailing lists to use straight blog feeds instead
      • [X] Build: Switch website to use straight blog feeds
      • [X] Fix mailing list subject lines
      • [X] Replace sidebar mailing list subscription
      • [ ] Build: Fill pipeline with other delegatable tasks
      • [ ] Build: Rethink website design (esp. responsiveness)
      • Quantified Awesome (4.5h)
      • Drawing (12.3h)
        • [ ] Draw the next step for Emacs-related sketches
      • Paperwork (1.1h)
    • Connect (9.0h – 18% of Business)
      • [X] Connect: Chat about writing
      • [X] Connect: Get in touch with people regarding Helpouts
      • [X] Connect: Go to Quantified Self meetup
      • [X] Connect: Help Joel find computer
      • [ ] Connect: Attend Visual Thinkers meetup
      • [ ] Connect: Chat about blogging
      • [ ] Connect: Handle lots of Helpouts
      • [ ] Connect: Talk to Ramon regarding coaching
  • Relationships (1.9h – 1%)
    • [ ] Chat with Mel
    • [ ] Attend party
  • Discretionary – Productive (15.3h – 9%)
    • [X] Prepare photocopies and documents needed for citizenship exam
    • [X] Study for citizenship exam
    • [X] Take citizenship exam
    • [X] trip home
    • [ ] Listen to the Meditations of Marcus Aurelius
    • [ ] Reflect on life without deadlines
    • Writing (8.2h)
  • Discretionary – Play (6.5h – 3%)
  • Personal routines (17.5h – 10%)
  • Unpaid work (16.6h – 9%)
  • Sleep (61.5h – 36% – average of 8.8 per day)

Weekly review: Week ending January 17, 2014

I’ve been really ramping up my delegation. =) (See the series of sketches regarding being my own client for the motivation.) Promising. One of my goals is to outsource practically all of the parts of my podcasting process so that all I have to do is suggest some names, prepare for the interview, show up, chat and take notes, and save the file somewhere. This will require me to actually trust someone else with my Google account, so we’ll see how well that works…

Funny, I thought I’d been drawing less because I was spending the time focusing on specifying delegated tasks instead, but when I looked at the list of sketches, I actually still drew quite a lot. Most of that was from Wednesday’s drawing sprint of thinking through some coaching-related questions before the session I have with Ramon Williamson in a couple of weeks.

Next week is my Canadian citizenship test. I think it will be all right.

Blog posts

Sketches

  1. 2014.01.12 Being my own client – part 1 of 4
  2. 2014.01.12 Being my own client part 2 – Projects
  3. 2014.01.12 Being my own client part 3 – Emacs, blog
  4. 2014.01.12 Being my own client part 4 – buying back time
  5. 2014.01.13 Stuff I’ve tracked
  6. 2014.01.13 What kind of a good life do I want
  7. 2014.01.14 Increasing my delta – part 2
  8. 2014.01.14 Reflecting on semi-retirement
  9. 2014.01.14 Ways to increase my delegation-fu
  10. 2014.01.15 General questions for coaches, role models, and mentors
  11. 2014.01.15 Getting started with professional sketchnoting
  12. 2014.01.15 Google Helpouts – Would I consider setting aside more time
  13. 2014.01.15 How I free up time
  14. 2014.01.15 How do I feel about interactive sketchnotes
  15. 2014.01.15 My current strategies for personal and professional growth
  16. 2014.01.15 My why, goals, and vision
  17. 2014.01.15 Paying myself first with time
  18. 2014.01.15 The balance that works for me
  19. 2014.01.15 Thoughts on getting paid vs giving things away
  20. 2014.01.15 What’s my 20 percent – Where are my moments of truth
  21. 2014.01.15 Where I am and where I want to be
  22. 2014.01.17 How can I assign 30 hours of work a week
  23. 2014.01.17 How can I hack podcasting
  24. 2014.01.17 Mapping a strategy for outsourcing podcast work
  25. 2014.01.17 Planning my post-podcast process
  26. 2014.01.17 Thinking about delegation goals

Link round-up

Focus areas and time review

  • Business (58.3h – 34%)
    • [ ] Build: Document post-podcast process
    • [ ] Build: Fill pipeline with other delegatable tasks
    • [ ] Connect: Chat about writing
    • [ ] Connect: Get in touch with people regarding Helpouts
    • [ ] Connect: Go to Quantified Self meetup
    • [ ] Earn: E1: 2.5-3.5 days of consulting
    • Earn (19.3h – 33% of Business)
      • [X] Earn: E1: 2.5-3.5 days of consulting
    • Build (21.4h – 36% of Business)
      • [X] Build: Draw headers for my mailing lists
      • [X] Build: Switch Mailchimp mailing lists to use straight blog feeds instead
      • [X] Build: Switch website to use straight blog feeds
      • [X] Plan what I would do as my own client
      • [X] Reset the TF700
      • Quantified Awesome (1.7h)
      • Drawing (11.0h)
      • Paperwork (0.0h)
        • [X] File T4 for myself
        • [X] File payroll return
    • Connect (17.7h – 30% of Business)
      • [X] Connect: Confirm schedule with Jeff Bond
      • [X] Connect: Discuss Emacs chats
      • [X] Connect: Have lunch with Carsten
      • [X] Connect: Help Joel find computer
      • [X] Talk to Globe and Mail about Quantified Self
  • Relationships (6.4h – 3%)
    • [X] Chat with Eric about friendship
    • [X] Contact pptstar regarding copyright complaint from Papa
    • [X] Helped clean computer of viruses
  • Discretionary – Productive (8.5h – 5%)
    • [X] Look for Audacity way to automatically remove silence – truncate
    • [X] Study for citizenship exam
    • [ ] Prepare photocopies and documents needed for citizenship exam
    • [ ] Study for citizenship exam
    • [ ] Take citizenship exam
    • Writing (2.4h)
  • Discretionary – Play (0.0h – 0%)
  • Discretionary – Travel (0.0h – 0%)
  • Personal routines (19.9h – 11%)
  • Unpaid work (18.4h – 10%)
  • Sleep (59.4h – 35% – average of 8.5 per day)