For a more extreme version, life tracking is also a thing.
Before diving further into this, it’s worth noting that rest is critical to being productive.
Examples of how others categorize their time:
- Toggl Track
- I have used this for years. Their API is pretty good and is well-documented. I tie it into Tasker automations, scanning NFC tags around the house to change time entries
- This is a really neat concept. There are no tasks, just tagged time spans. This lets you do things like note how much study time you spent while listening to music, for example. Haven’t tried it yet because I’m too tied into Toggl right now, but I think there’s lots of potential here (although lots of potential complication as well)
1 I’m making an educated guess based on the email address at the bottom of the article, because they don’t have an About page, there’s no links to social media, and the domain whois information is, understandably, redacted. I hope I got that right.