We all want things in life such as friendship, freedom, health and impact. We can't have all these things at once but we can learn to effectively trade off between them to get the most out of our time. This is done by understanding what one hour of your time is worth and using that information to prioritize what we spend our time doing.
This calculator is designed to help you find out how much time you have on a daily and weekly basis. It does this by using the days of the week across the top and 30 minute time blocks on the side. You can also switch to 1 hour blocks if you prefer. In each block, write in the times you are busy such as work, extracurricular activities, family time, sleep, exercise and so forth.
For those who are employed, you can use your pay rate to figure out how many hours you work per week. Then simply multiply this by 52 to see how many hours you work each year on average. This is an estimate since some employers require specific breaks (and sometimes overtime) that you may or may not take depending on your position.
For those who are students, you will need to calculate your class and study time by entering the number of credits you are taking. Then we will automatically calculate your studying and rest time based on the assumption that for every hour you spend in class, you should have 2-3 hours of study outside of class.