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Over the past few weeks, we’ve published a series of posts from WWD blogger Dawn Foster about the steps she’s taken to improve her time management. If you missed any of them, you should definitely check them out as they contain lots of useful nuggets of […]

Over the past few weeks, we’ve published a series of posts from WWD blogger Dawn Foster about the steps she’s taken to improve her time management. If you missed any of them, you should definitely check them out as they contain lots of useful nuggets of information:

The series starts with Dawn’s realization that side projects are taking up too much time that could be used for paying client work, and some of her initial steps to counter “side project overload.”

This post outlines some easy-to-use method for categorizing and prioritizing tasks.

Harvest is a time tracking app. This review looks at how it can help you manage your time more effectively.

Read this post to see how to get more out of Twitter while spending less time using it.

The most recent post in the series looks at methods for getting all of the information you need from news and blog posts, without spending excessive time scouring the RSS feeds.

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  1. Thanks for the nice tips.

    To track time, espeically for time spent on goals, you may want to try http://www.goalsontrack.com, a nice web app specifically designed for
    tracking goals and todo list, and time spent on them. It’s clear, focused, easy to navigate.

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