Episode 116: What I learned from my data, initial goals, resources selected for my 1st life hacking sprint [podcast]

Hack My Midlife Crisis Update: Shaun shares an update on what he's learned from the data he collected over the past 2 weeks, his initial goals, and the resources he'll be putting to the test for his 1st life hacking sprint.

It’s Friday, so that means it’s time for another Hack My Midlife Crisis episode!

Today I share an update on what I’ve learned from the data I’ve collected over the past 2 weeks, my initial goals, and the resources I’ll be putting to the test for my 1st life hacking sprint.

Here’s  more information on the specific tools I’m using to keep daily notes and compile the data I’m collecting:

Moleskine Evernote Smart Notebook ATracker Pro - Daily Task and Time Tracking Health App

Moleskine Evernote Smart Notebook – I chose this particular notebook for several reasons. First off, I’m old school and still love taking notes on paper. This particular Moleskine notebook is designed to take advantage of Evernote’s Page Camera feature, so you’re able to capture the pages of your notebook with your smartphone or tablet and upload them directly to Evernote. It was also very important to me that I work with a bound notebook for this project. In the past I’ve used legal pads, but my notes are too easily misplaced. This notebook will allow me to successfully keep my notes in one place.

ATracker Pro – Daily Task and Time Tracking – ATracker Pro empowers you to get a handle on how you’re actually spending your time each day. This is critical as you strive to understand your schedule and work to discover time that you can recapture to put towards achieving your goals.

Health App – The Health App is included out of the box on your iPhone. The primary thing I track with this app is my daily weight when I wake up each morning.

Do you have a daily journaling practice or apps that you use to make sense of your habits and daily schedule? I want to find out what’s working for you. Leave a comment below or e-mail me at show@ShaunTabatt.com.

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