Balancing all of your obligations can be challenging, especially if you’ve got a lot of activities.
It can be difficult to tell where to start.
Using a spreadsheet can help you break down how you use your time, so you know what activitiesmight take too long and what activities can be combined.
In this lesson, you: Made a list of the activities you did yesterday,Recorded the time you spent on each activity,Used formulas to calculate how many hours of the day you used,And used cell references and formulas to figureout how much time you had left over.
Your spreadsheet is like a budget for your time.
You get twenty-four hours each day.
Your time is a resource, and tracking it can help you decide on the best way to spend it.
You can use your spreadsheet to help you manage your work, school, and social life.
If you want to add another activity to your life like starting a blog or applying for jobsyou may need to make time for it.
Or, if you have a big assignment due, you might want to figure out how you can work on itwithout giving up your favorite TV shows, your practice time, or any other activitiesyou care about.
At work, you might track your time to make sure you can get everything done.
Managing your time with a spreadsheet can help you get to know yourself better,make changes in your habits and make sure you have time to relax!