Thirteen More Weeks of SemiProductivity
Back in March I last posted stats on my "things I want to do at home". They are here.
Last time around in 14 weeks I managed:
- 20 hours of catching up on putting things in Quicken and/or paying bills (43%)
- 10 hours of reading (22%)
- 7 hours of random things from my projects list (15%)
- 5 hours of genealogy stuff (11%)
- 4 hours of catching up on old email (9%)
That averaged to 3.3 hours per week.
This time I only have 13 weeks on my chart, covering 8 Mar 2009 to 6 Jun 2009 because I wrote bigger on my whiteboard or something, but I ended up with:
- 10 hours of catching up on putting things in Quicken and/or paying bills (59%)
- 4 hours of catching up on old email (24%)
- 2 hours of random things from my projects list (12%)
- 1 hour of genealogy stuff (6%)
That is only 17 hours total in 13 weeks. This is only 1.3 hours per week. Much much worse that the previous 14 weeks. Bad Sam. Bad Sam.
I must do better in the next batch of weeks.
So far I am not. In the 11 days since the next batch started, so far I've done 1 hour of this stuff.
Of course, I've been doing some of the email stuff outside of this system. Maybe I need to stop that.