There are 168 hours in a week. Many kids have roughly 12 weeks off from school for June, July and August. This raises the question for families: what are you doing with these 2016 hours (168 x 12) of summer?
Sure, you’ll be sleeping some. Grown-ups will sleep about 672 of them. Kids a bit more. And many adults also have far less than 12 weeks off work. But even… read more »
That’s the headline on The Organized Parent’s write-up of 168 Hours. Organization guru Stephanie Vozza talks about figuring out how she and her family will spend the 2016 hours of summer vacation (a great article idea, by the way — that’s 12 x 168). She writes that 168 Hours has helped her think about that question. And she gives wha… read more »
Thanks to everyone who is signing up for the 168 Hour Challenge, on Facebook and here. If you’re on the fence, just try logging your time for one day. I guarantee it will be eye-opening. One of the reasons it may be eye-opening is that you’ll re-consider your definition of “typical.”
When I asked people to keep time logs for the book, s… read more »
Have you ever told yourself that there just aren’t enough hours in the day?
Have you ever wondered where the time really goes?
Well, now is your chance to find out. Next week, June 14-20, many of us will be keeping track of our time with the goal of learning more about our lives and how we spend the 168 hours we all have each week.
To join this “168 Hour Ch… read more »
Alisa Bowman, author of the forthcoming book Project Happily Ever After, penned an amazing review of 168 Hours today called “How Not to Get More Done in Less Time.”
Bowman writes that she was nervous about reviewing my book because “After nearly two decades of self-help junkiehood, there are few tips that I have not read or written. For… read more »