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Now that you’ve tracked how much time you spent on activities yesterday or on an average day, you can easily adjust the time as your life changes or as you work towards new goals.

You can see how much time you spend on activities that are important and can’t be moved, and also how much time you spend on things that you could stop doing, get help with, or do more efficiently.

This gives you more time for other important things.

In this video, you will figure out how much extra time you had left over in your day.

First, create additional headings so you can see all your calculations.

To figure out how much time you have left in your day, subtract your total hours spent from twenty-four, since there are twenty-four hours in a day.

Click on the cell with your total time spent to account for extra minutes.

If you have only a partial hour, convert the remaining time back into minutes to see exactly how much time you have left in the day.

To do this, multiply it by sixty.

On a keyboard, the asterisk symbol is used for multiplication.

This will give you an idea of how much time you have left for new activities.

Or, you can use the information to see how much time you spend on activities that can’t be changed or shortened and those that can.

For example, you might want to spend an extra hour looking for a job each day, so you could take an hour away from another activity or a few minutes away from multiple activities.

Instructions

  1. Subtract your total hours spent from 24.
  2. Convert your remaining time back into minutes.