In the business world, time is money. However, time is often wasted on a ton of trivial issues. How many of us spend our work hours efficiently every single day of the week, month, and year? Not many of us, I’ll bet. There’s always a redundant meeting or two, a quick office celebration (with free cake!) or some such event that takes away our productive time leaving us to work extra hours to make up for the lost time.
Time management tips do offer sound advice to help us make good use of our time and so do Pomodoro apps, but have you ever considered personally budgeting your time ? After all, if you can budget your incomes and expenses you can certainly budget your time for work and leisure activities. You’ll be surprised how easy it is to do especially with an app like Time2Budget from Arrken Software LLC.
Control Your Time with Time2Budget App
Time2Budget is very easy to use. You start off with a fixed number of working hours that you must budget for. You can then set up the various tasks that you plan to accomplish within that time. You can segment the various tasks into categories such as tasks by project, by client or other list and then you can start allocating the budgeted time.
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To set the time, just tap on a task and set the budgeted time in the digital clock on the screen. When you have created tasks for your work and home life, the Home screen of the app will let you see at a glance how many hours you budgeted for work and how much time you have set for your leisure activities. If you find too much of time allocated for one or the other categories, you can tweak the times to make it more balanced.
Here’s a quick preview of the app in action:
Time2Budget is a handy app that doesn’t just help you organize and track your activities and record your work hours, it also helps to improve productivity and monitor and manage your work-life balance effectively. If you’d like to learn more about the app, you can visit the Time2Budget Website or download the app ($3.99) from the App Store.
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