Weekly review: Week ending March 25, 2011

From last week’s plans

  • Work
    • [X] Sort out web services on Websphere Application Server
    • [X] Figure out work priorities for April and May
    • [X] Send staffing guidelines for project M
    • [X] Catch up on work mail
    • Did first pass of estimates for project M
    • Drafted administration guide for project I
  • Relationships
    • [X] Host pirate card game party
    • [X] Catch up on mail
    • [-] Chat with David Singer
    • Received lovely French rolling pin from W-
    • Helped with study group
    • Had fun playing LEGO Star Wars with W-
  • Life
    • [X] Draw more
    • [-] Update plans
    • [X] Catch up on mail

Plans for next week

  • Work
    • [ ] Work on Rails questionnaire project for client C
    • [ ] Talk to client U regarding Drupal
    • [ ] Finish administration guide for project I
  • Relationships
    • [ ] Plant lots of yummy vegetables
    • [ ] Chat with David Singer
  • Life
    • [X] Learn how to cook dal
    • [X] Bake another batch of buns
    • [ ] Get through busy week
    • [ ] Order laptop battery

Time analysis

Category This week Last week Delta Notes
Break 17.6 4.5 13.1 LEGO Star Wars!
Drawing 11.7 8.5 3.2
Exercise 1.9 9.8 -7.9
Learning 0.5 -0.5
Personal 1.2 2.0 -0.8 Gardening
Preparation 0.6 3.3 -2.7
Routines – cooking 2.0 6.0 -4.0
Routines – general 6.7 9.8 -3.1
Routines – tidying 5.5 1.6 3.9
Sleep 60.8 60.1 0.7
Social 11.0 1.0 9.0 Pirate party, study group
Travel 7.1 3.9 3.2
Work 40.1 44.3 -4.2
Writing 1.7 11.8 -10.1

Lots of hanging out this week – hosted a pirate-related card game party, hosted math study group, and spent time playing LEGO Star Wars with Wayne. Work is plenty busy, too. =)

2 responses to “Weekly review: Week ending March 25, 2011”

  1. Peter says:

    Wow, that’s a very detailed time analysis!
    What tools do you use to track your time? Do you track time per task or by project?

  2. Sacha Chua says:

    Peter, thanks for the question! Check out this new post I’ve just shared on what else I’ve been learning from time analysis, or this quick presentation on what I track.

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