Off the Clock: Feel Less Busy While Getting More Done

Off the Clock: Feel Less Busy While Getting More Done

"I well recall a conversation with an executive I hoped to interview about her astonishing productivity. I began our call with an assurance that I would not take much of her time. She laughed. 'Oh, I have all the time in the world,' she said." Most of us feel constantly behind, unsure how to escape feeling oppressed by busyness. Laura Vanderkam, unlike other time-management "I well recall a conversation with an executive I hoped to interview about her astonishing productivity. I began our ...

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Title:Off the Clock: Feel Less Busy While Getting More Done
Author:Laura Vanderkam
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Genres:Nonfiction
ISBN:B076NSZ27X
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:256 pages pages

Off the Clock: Feel Less Busy While Getting More Done Reviews

  • Janssen
    Jun 16, 2018

    It's no exaggeration to say that Laura Vanderkam's writing has changed my life. Her earlier books forced me to confront my own part in procrastination, avoiding hard tasks and making excuses like "I don't have the time." This book - Off the Clock - crystalizes all her earlier writing i...

    I didn't feel like this was as readable as some of her books, but I LOVED it. So thoughtful and I was talking and thinking about it non-stop. ...

  • Sarah
    Jun 15, 2018

    It's no exaggeration to say that Laura Vanderkam's writing has changed my life. Her earlier books forced me to confront my own part in procrastination, avoiding hard tasks and making excuses like "I don't have the time." This book - Off the Clock - crystalizes all her earlier writing i...

    I didn't feel like this was as readable as some of her books, but I LOVED it. So thoughtful and I was talking and thinking about it non-stop. ...

    While Vanderkam's discussions center around time and time management, the biggest takeaways in this book aren't about time management: they're about effective energy management. As someone who chooses energy management over time management -- this works for me. We all have more time...

    This book is great for fellow Type As like myself who have always done life 110% and also tried to absorb everything at 110%...and then we find ourselves getting older...having to prioritize. ''Living in the moment'' is such a meaningless social media post term, as there are a slew of ...

    I became hooked on Laura's books and her time-tracking recommendations ever since I heard her speak at the American Society of Journalist and Authors' annual meeting a couple of years ago. (Plus, I've spoken to her a few times, and she's a lovely person.) I pre-ordered this book and th...

    I?ve been following Laura?s work for a year or two now, so I was expecting to like this book. But I more than liked it. The wisdom found within these pages is so simple yet profound. As I?ve found myself becoming busier over the years I?ve struggled to manage my time, often to ...

    Vanderkam on building in quality to the time you create by tracking your time. I'm an LVk fangirl and I liked it. It wasn't life-changing (like at least one of her other books has been for me) but it was good. It could probably have fit on an index card, but I get that she needed to ma...

  • Kelly
    Jun 12, 2018

    It's no exaggeration to say that Laura Vanderkam's writing has changed my life. Her earlier books forced me to confront my own part in procrastination, avoiding hard tasks and making excuses like "I don't have the time." This book - Off the Clock - crystalizes all her earlier writing i...

    I didn't feel like this was as readable as some of her books, but I LOVED it. So thoughtful and I was talking and thinking about it non-stop. ...

    While Vanderkam's discussions center around time and time management, the biggest takeaways in this book aren't about time management: they're about effective energy management. As someone who chooses energy management over time management -- this works for me. We all have more time...

  • Jenna Britton
    Jun 06, 2018

    It's no exaggeration to say that Laura Vanderkam's writing has changed my life. Her earlier books forced me to confront my own part in procrastination, avoiding hard tasks and making excuses like "I don't have the time." This book - Off the Clock - crystalizes all her earlier writing i...

    I didn't feel like this was as readable as some of her books, but I LOVED it. So thoughtful and I was talking and thinking about it non-stop. ...

    While Vanderkam's discussions center around time and time management, the biggest takeaways in this book aren't about time management: they're about effective energy management. As someone who chooses energy management over time management -- this works for me. We all have more time...

    This book is great for fellow Type As like myself who have always done life 110% and also tried to absorb everything at 110%...and then we find ourselves getting older...having to prioritize. ''Living in the moment'' is such a meaningless social media post term, as there are a slew of ...

    I became hooked on Laura's books and her time-tracking recommendations ever since I heard her speak at the American Society of Journalist and Authors' annual meeting a couple of years ago. (Plus, I've spoken to her a few times, and she's a lovely person.) I pre-ordered this book and th...

    I?ve been following Laura?s work for a year or two now, so I was expecting to like this book. But I more than liked it. The wisdom found within these pages is so simple yet profound. As I?ve found myself becoming busier over the years I?ve struggled to manage my time, often to ...

    Vanderkam on building in quality to the time you create by tracking your time. I'm an LVk fangirl and I liked it. It wasn't life-changing (like at least one of her other books has been for me) but it was good. It could probably have fit on an index card, but I get that she needed to ma...

    I am always interested in how people use their time and organize their lives, and in picking up ideas about how I might consider my own time usage. Vanderkam begins by tracking time (1/2 houor increments) but is ultimately focusing on more living and less busyness. Mindfulness and inte...

    I have been a huge fan of Laura Vanderkam?s work since her book 168 Hours. Her 100 Dreams List changes my life. Off The Clock is the perfect continuation of her philosophy on time. She breaks down the key steps to create moments that matter and how to take ownership of our lives so ...

    Of course I would give our daughter a five star review! But in all honesty, I did enjoy reading her latest book. I have plenty of time in my retirement but it is still good to think about many of her suggestions--making time for friends, for fun, for memories, and for family! I like th...

    Excellent, quick read, chock full of great ideas for how to enhance the way you experience time and still be productive (more productive than before, even). There is a great balance of personal and realistic anecdotes from the author and stories from other people, as well as research t...

    Help for a busy mom I an a mother of 5 boys who works full time as a college professor. This book helped me to analyze my time and deliberately put in more enjoyable time! I love the idea of not letting your spoiled, present-self control your narrative! ...

    This was my favorite of Laura?s books so far. It had her usual in-depth analysis of numbers and data about time but with a human effect. The ideas of how to live better were really enjoyable and attainable and brought a human element to her ways more than I?ve read from her before....

    I loved it! Read my review here: http://chickstermag.com/wordpress/201.... ...

    This is a great book that has really made me think about how I spend my time. When I finished it, I felt rejuvenated and motivated to change how I use my time. ...

    Overly written and way longer than it needs to be ...

    Focuses on what makes life meaningful - the extraordinary in the ordinary. Highly recommended. ...

    This was such a great read. I LOVE the idea of getting more done while feeling less busy. I've learned something from all of her books and this one brought a new perspective that felt more applicable to my largely SAHM life than her last one (I Know How She Does It: How Successful Wome...

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  • Robin
    Jun 04, 2018

    It's no exaggeration to say that Laura Vanderkam's writing has changed my life. Her earlier books forced me to confront my own part in procrastination, avoiding hard tasks and making excuses like "I don't have the time." This book - Off the Clock - crystalizes all her earlier writing i...

    I didn't feel like this was as readable as some of her books, but I LOVED it. So thoughtful and I was talking and thinking about it non-stop. ...

    While Vanderkam's discussions center around time and time management, the biggest takeaways in this book aren't about time management: they're about effective energy management. As someone who chooses energy management over time management -- this works for me. We all have more time...

    This book is great for fellow Type As like myself who have always done life 110% and also tried to absorb everything at 110%...and then we find ourselves getting older...having to prioritize. ''Living in the moment'' is such a meaningless social media post term, as there are a slew of ...

    I became hooked on Laura's books and her time-tracking recommendations ever since I heard her speak at the American Society of Journalist and Authors' annual meeting a couple of years ago. (Plus, I've spoken to her a few times, and she's a lovely person.) I pre-ordered this book and th...

    I?ve been following Laura?s work for a year or two now, so I was expecting to like this book. But I more than liked it. The wisdom found within these pages is so simple yet profound. As I?ve found myself becoming busier over the years I?ve struggled to manage my time, often to ...

    Vanderkam on building in quality to the time you create by tracking your time. I'm an LVk fangirl and I liked it. It wasn't life-changing (like at least one of her other books has been for me) but it was good. It could probably have fit on an index card, but I get that she needed to ma...

    I am always interested in how people use their time and organize their lives, and in picking up ideas about how I might consider my own time usage. Vanderkam begins by tracking time (1/2 houor increments) but is ultimately focusing on more living and less busyness. Mindfulness and inte...

  • Adriana
    Jun 12, 2018

    It's no exaggeration to say that Laura Vanderkam's writing has changed my life. Her earlier books forced me to confront my own part in procrastination, avoiding hard tasks and making excuses like "I don't have the time." This book - Off the Clock - crystalizes all her earlier writing i...

    I didn't feel like this was as readable as some of her books, but I LOVED it. So thoughtful and I was talking and thinking about it non-stop. ...

    While Vanderkam's discussions center around time and time management, the biggest takeaways in this book aren't about time management: they're about effective energy management. As someone who chooses energy management over time management -- this works for me. We all have more time...

    This book is great for fellow Type As like myself who have always done life 110% and also tried to absorb everything at 110%...and then we find ourselves getting older...having to prioritize. ''Living in the moment'' is such a meaningless social media post term, as there are a slew of ...

  • Jessica
    Jun 03, 2018

    It's no exaggeration to say that Laura Vanderkam's writing has changed my life. Her earlier books forced me to confront my own part in procrastination, avoiding hard tasks and making excuses like "I don't have the time." This book - Off the Clock - crystalizes all her earlier writing i...

    I didn't feel like this was as readable as some of her books, but I LOVED it. So thoughtful and I was talking and thinking about it non-stop. ...

    While Vanderkam's discussions center around time and time management, the biggest takeaways in this book aren't about time management: they're about effective energy management. As someone who chooses energy management over time management -- this works for me. We all have more time...

    This book is great for fellow Type As like myself who have always done life 110% and also tried to absorb everything at 110%...and then we find ourselves getting older...having to prioritize. ''Living in the moment'' is such a meaningless social media post term, as there are a slew of ...

    I became hooked on Laura's books and her time-tracking recommendations ever since I heard her speak at the American Society of Journalist and Authors' annual meeting a couple of years ago. (Plus, I've spoken to her a few times, and she's a lovely person.) I pre-ordered this book and th...

    I?ve been following Laura?s work for a year or two now, so I was expecting to like this book. But I more than liked it. The wisdom found within these pages is so simple yet profound. As I?ve found myself becoming busier over the years I?ve struggled to manage my time, often to ...

    Vanderkam on building in quality to the time you create by tracking your time. I'm an LVk fangirl and I liked it. It wasn't life-changing (like at least one of her other books has been for me) but it was good. It could probably have fit on an index card, but I get that she needed to ma...

    I am always interested in how people use their time and organize their lives, and in picking up ideas about how I might consider my own time usage. Vanderkam begins by tracking time (1/2 houor increments) but is ultimately focusing on more living and less busyness. Mindfulness and inte...

    I have been a huge fan of Laura Vanderkam?s work since her book 168 Hours. Her 100 Dreams List changes my life. Off The Clock is the perfect continuation of her philosophy on time. She breaks down the key steps to create moments that matter and how to take ownership of our lives so ...

    Of course I would give our daughter a five star review! But in all honesty, I did enjoy reading her latest book. I have plenty of time in my retirement but it is still good to think about many of her suggestions--making time for friends, for fun, for memories, and for family! I like th...

    Excellent, quick read, chock full of great ideas for how to enhance the way you experience time and still be productive (more productive than before, even). There is a great balance of personal and realistic anecdotes from the author and stories from other people, as well as research t...

    Help for a busy mom I an a mother of 5 boys who works full time as a college professor. This book helped me to analyze my time and deliberately put in more enjoyable time! I love the idea of not letting your spoiled, present-self control your narrative! ...

    This was my favorite of Laura?s books so far. It had her usual in-depth analysis of numbers and data about time but with a human effect. The ideas of how to live better were really enjoyable and attainable and brought a human element to her ways more than I?ve read from her before....

    I loved it! Read my review here: http://chickstermag.com/wordpress/201.... ...

    This is a great book that has really made me think about how I spend my time. When I finished it, I felt rejuvenated and motivated to change how I use my time. ...

    Overly written and way longer than it needs to be ...

    Focuses on what makes life meaningful - the extraordinary in the ordinary. Highly recommended. ...

    This was such a great read. I LOVE the idea of getting more done while feeling less busy. I've learned something from all of her books and this one brought a new perspective that felt more applicable to my largely SAHM life than her last one (I Know How She Does It: How Successful Wome...

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  • Ted Bulling
    Jun 18, 2018

    It's no exaggeration to say that Laura Vanderkam's writing has changed my life. Her earlier books forced me to confront my own part in procrastination, avoiding hard tasks and making excuses like "I don't have the time." This book - Off the Clock - crystalizes all her earlier writing i...

    I didn't feel like this was as readable as some of her books, but I LOVED it. So thoughtful and I was talking and thinking about it non-stop. ...

    While Vanderkam's discussions center around time and time management, the biggest takeaways in this book aren't about time management: they're about effective energy management. As someone who chooses energy management over time management -- this works for me. We all have more time...

    This book is great for fellow Type As like myself who have always done life 110% and also tried to absorb everything at 110%...and then we find ourselves getting older...having to prioritize. ''Living in the moment'' is such a meaningless social media post term, as there are a slew of ...

    I became hooked on Laura's books and her time-tracking recommendations ever since I heard her speak at the American Society of Journalist and Authors' annual meeting a couple of years ago. (Plus, I've spoken to her a few times, and she's a lovely person.) I pre-ordered this book and th...

    I?ve been following Laura?s work for a year or two now, so I was expecting to like this book. But I more than liked it. The wisdom found within these pages is so simple yet profound. As I?ve found myself becoming busier over the years I?ve struggled to manage my time, often to ...

    Vanderkam on building in quality to the time you create by tracking your time. I'm an LVk fangirl and I liked it. It wasn't life-changing (like at least one of her other books has been for me) but it was good. It could probably have fit on an index card, but I get that she needed to ma...

    I am always interested in how people use their time and organize their lives, and in picking up ideas about how I might consider my own time usage. Vanderkam begins by tracking time (1/2 houor increments) but is ultimately focusing on more living and less busyness. Mindfulness and inte...

    I have been a huge fan of Laura Vanderkam?s work since her book 168 Hours. Her 100 Dreams List changes my life. Off The Clock is the perfect continuation of her philosophy on time. She breaks down the key steps to create moments that matter and how to take ownership of our lives so ...

    Of course I would give our daughter a five star review! But in all honesty, I did enjoy reading her latest book. I have plenty of time in my retirement but it is still good to think about many of her suggestions--making time for friends, for fun, for memories, and for family! I like th...

    Excellent, quick read, chock full of great ideas for how to enhance the way you experience time and still be productive (more productive than before, even). There is a great balance of personal and realistic anecdotes from the author and stories from other people, as well as research t...

    Help for a busy mom I an a mother of 5 boys who works full time as a college professor. This book helped me to analyze my time and deliberately put in more enjoyable time! I love the idea of not letting your spoiled, present-self control your narrative! ...

    This was my favorite of Laura?s books so far. It had her usual in-depth analysis of numbers and data about time but with a human effect. The ideas of how to live better were really enjoyable and attainable and brought a human element to her ways more than I?ve read from her before....

    I loved it! Read my review here: http://chickstermag.com/wordpress/201.... ...

    This is a great book that has really made me think about how I spend my time. When I finished it, I felt rejuvenated and motivated to change how I use my time. ...

    Overly written and way longer than it needs to be ...

    Focuses on what makes life meaningful - the extraordinary in the ordinary. Highly recommended. ...

    This was such a great read. I LOVE the idea of getting more done while feeling less busy. I've learned something from all of her books and this one brought a new perspective that felt more applicable to my largely SAHM life than her last one (I Know How She Does It: How Successful Wome...

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  • Pamela
    Jun 06, 2018

    It's no exaggeration to say that Laura Vanderkam's writing has changed my life. Her earlier books forced me to confront my own part in procrastination, avoiding hard tasks and making excuses like "I don't have the time." This book - Off the Clock - crystalizes all her earlier writing i...

    I didn't feel like this was as readable as some of her books, but I LOVED it. So thoughtful and I was talking and thinking about it non-stop. ...

    While Vanderkam's discussions center around time and time management, the biggest takeaways in this book aren't about time management: they're about effective energy management. As someone who chooses energy management over time management -- this works for me. We all have more time...

    This book is great for fellow Type As like myself who have always done life 110% and also tried to absorb everything at 110%...and then we find ourselves getting older...having to prioritize. ''Living in the moment'' is such a meaningless social media post term, as there are a slew of ...

    I became hooked on Laura's books and her time-tracking recommendations ever since I heard her speak at the American Society of Journalist and Authors' annual meeting a couple of years ago. (Plus, I've spoken to her a few times, and she's a lovely person.) I pre-ordered this book and th...

    I?ve been following Laura?s work for a year or two now, so I was expecting to like this book. But I more than liked it. The wisdom found within these pages is so simple yet profound. As I?ve found myself becoming busier over the years I?ve struggled to manage my time, often to ...

    Vanderkam on building in quality to the time you create by tracking your time. I'm an LVk fangirl and I liked it. It wasn't life-changing (like at least one of her other books has been for me) but it was good. It could probably have fit on an index card, but I get that she needed to ma...

    I am always interested in how people use their time and organize their lives, and in picking up ideas about how I might consider my own time usage. Vanderkam begins by tracking time (1/2 houor increments) but is ultimately focusing on more living and less busyness. Mindfulness and inte...

    I have been a huge fan of Laura Vanderkam?s work since her book 168 Hours. Her 100 Dreams List changes my life. Off The Clock is the perfect continuation of her philosophy on time. She breaks down the key steps to create moments that matter and how to take ownership of our lives so ...

  • Kelly Lindner
    Jun 05, 2018

    It's no exaggeration to say that Laura Vanderkam's writing has changed my life. Her earlier books forced me to confront my own part in procrastination, avoiding hard tasks and making excuses like "I don't have the time." This book - Off the Clock - crystalizes all her earlier writing i...

    I didn't feel like this was as readable as some of her books, but I LOVED it. So thoughtful and I was talking and thinking about it non-stop. ...

    While Vanderkam's discussions center around time and time management, the biggest takeaways in this book aren't about time management: they're about effective energy management. As someone who chooses energy management over time management -- this works for me. We all have more time...

    This book is great for fellow Type As like myself who have always done life 110% and also tried to absorb everything at 110%...and then we find ourselves getting older...having to prioritize. ''Living in the moment'' is such a meaningless social media post term, as there are a slew of ...

    I became hooked on Laura's books and her time-tracking recommendations ever since I heard her speak at the American Society of Journalist and Authors' annual meeting a couple of years ago. (Plus, I've spoken to her a few times, and she's a lovely person.) I pre-ordered this book and th...

    I?ve been following Laura?s work for a year or two now, so I was expecting to like this book. But I more than liked it. The wisdom found within these pages is so simple yet profound. As I?ve found myself becoming busier over the years I?ve struggled to manage my time, often to ...

    Vanderkam on building in quality to the time you create by tracking your time. I'm an LVk fangirl and I liked it. It wasn't life-changing (like at least one of her other books has been for me) but it was good. It could probably have fit on an index card, but I get that she needed to ma...

    I am always interested in how people use their time and organize their lives, and in picking up ideas about how I might consider my own time usage. Vanderkam begins by tracking time (1/2 houor increments) but is ultimately focusing on more living and less busyness. Mindfulness and inte...

    I have been a huge fan of Laura Vanderkam?s work since her book 168 Hours. Her 100 Dreams List changes my life. Off The Clock is the perfect continuation of her philosophy on time. She breaks down the key steps to create moments that matter and how to take ownership of our lives so ...

    Of course I would give our daughter a five star review! But in all honesty, I did enjoy reading her latest book. I have plenty of time in my retirement but it is still good to think about many of her suggestions--making time for friends, for fun, for memories, and for family! I like th...

    Excellent, quick read, chock full of great ideas for how to enhance the way you experience time and still be productive (more productive than before, even). There is a great balance of personal and realistic anecdotes from the author and stories from other people, as well as research t...

    Help for a busy mom I an a mother of 5 boys who works full time as a college professor. This book helped me to analyze my time and deliberately put in more enjoyable time! I love the idea of not letting your spoiled, present-self control your narrative! ...

    This was my favorite of Laura?s books so far. It had her usual in-depth analysis of numbers and data about time but with a human effect. The ideas of how to live better were really enjoyable and attainable and brought a human element to her ways more than I?ve read from her before....

    I loved it! Read my review here: http://chickstermag.com/wordpress/201.... ...

  • Lynn Walters
    Jun 05, 2018

    It's no exaggeration to say that Laura Vanderkam's writing has changed my life. Her earlier books forced me to confront my own part in procrastination, avoiding hard tasks and making excuses like "I don't have the time." This book - Off the Clock - crystalizes all her earlier writing i...

    I didn't feel like this was as readable as some of her books, but I LOVED it. So thoughtful and I was talking and thinking about it non-stop. ...

    While Vanderkam's discussions center around time and time management, the biggest takeaways in this book aren't about time management: they're about effective energy management. As someone who chooses energy management over time management -- this works for me. We all have more time...

    This book is great for fellow Type As like myself who have always done life 110% and also tried to absorb everything at 110%...and then we find ourselves getting older...having to prioritize. ''Living in the moment'' is such a meaningless social media post term, as there are a slew of ...

    I became hooked on Laura's books and her time-tracking recommendations ever since I heard her speak at the American Society of Journalist and Authors' annual meeting a couple of years ago. (Plus, I've spoken to her a few times, and she's a lovely person.) I pre-ordered this book and th...

    I?ve been following Laura?s work for a year or two now, so I was expecting to like this book. But I more than liked it. The wisdom found within these pages is so simple yet profound. As I?ve found myself becoming busier over the years I?ve struggled to manage my time, often to ...

    Vanderkam on building in quality to the time you create by tracking your time. I'm an LVk fangirl and I liked it. It wasn't life-changing (like at least one of her other books has been for me) but it was good. It could probably have fit on an index card, but I get that she needed to ma...

    I am always interested in how people use their time and organize their lives, and in picking up ideas about how I might consider my own time usage. Vanderkam begins by tracking time (1/2 houor increments) but is ultimately focusing on more living and less busyness. Mindfulness and inte...

    I have been a huge fan of Laura Vanderkam?s work since her book 168 Hours. Her 100 Dreams List changes my life. Off The Clock is the perfect continuation of her philosophy on time. She breaks down the key steps to create moments that matter and how to take ownership of our lives so ...

    Of course I would give our daughter a five star review! But in all honesty, I did enjoy reading her latest book. I have plenty of time in my retirement but it is still good to think about many of her suggestions--making time for friends, for fun, for memories, and for family! I like th...

    Excellent, quick read, chock full of great ideas for how to enhance the way you experience time and still be productive (more productive than before, even). There is a great balance of personal and realistic anecdotes from the author and stories from other people, as well as research t...

    Help for a busy mom I an a mother of 5 boys who works full time as a college professor. This book helped me to analyze my time and deliberately put in more enjoyable time! I love the idea of not letting your spoiled, present-self control your narrative! ...

    This was my favorite of Laura?s books so far. It had her usual in-depth analysis of numbers and data about time but with a human effect. The ideas of how to live better were really enjoyable and attainable and brought a human element to her ways more than I?ve read from her before....

    I loved it! Read my review here: http://chickstermag.com/wordpress/201.... ...

    This is a great book that has really made me think about how I spend my time. When I finished it, I felt rejuvenated and motivated to change how I use my time. ...

    Overly written and way longer than it needs to be ...

    Focuses on what makes life meaningful - the extraordinary in the ordinary. Highly recommended. ...

    This was such a great read. I LOVE the idea of getting more done while feeling less busy. I've learned something from all of her books and this one brought a new perspective that felt more applicable to my largely SAHM life than her last one (I Know How She Does It: How Successful Wome...

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  • Diana
    Feb 01, 2018

    It's no exaggeration to say that Laura Vanderkam's writing has changed my life. Her earlier books forced me to confront my own part in procrastination, avoiding hard tasks and making excuses like "I don't have the time." This book - Off the Clock - crystalizes all her earlier writing i...

    I didn't feel like this was as readable as some of her books, but I LOVED it. So thoughtful and I was talking and thinking about it non-stop. ...

    While Vanderkam's discussions center around time and time management, the biggest takeaways in this book aren't about time management: they're about effective energy management. As someone who chooses energy management over time management -- this works for me. We all have more time...

    This book is great for fellow Type As like myself who have always done life 110% and also tried to absorb everything at 110%...and then we find ourselves getting older...having to prioritize. ''Living in the moment'' is such a meaningless social media post term, as there are a slew of ...

    I became hooked on Laura's books and her time-tracking recommendations ever since I heard her speak at the American Society of Journalist and Authors' annual meeting a couple of years ago. (Plus, I've spoken to her a few times, and she's a lovely person.) I pre-ordered this book and th...

    I?ve been following Laura?s work for a year or two now, so I was expecting to like this book. But I more than liked it. The wisdom found within these pages is so simple yet profound. As I?ve found myself becoming busier over the years I?ve struggled to manage my time, often to ...

    Vanderkam on building in quality to the time you create by tracking your time. I'm an LVk fangirl and I liked it. It wasn't life-changing (like at least one of her other books has been for me) but it was good. It could probably have fit on an index card, but I get that she needed to ma...

    I am always interested in how people use their time and organize their lives, and in picking up ideas about how I might consider my own time usage. Vanderkam begins by tracking time (1/2 houor increments) but is ultimately focusing on more living and less busyness. Mindfulness and inte...

    I have been a huge fan of Laura Vanderkam?s work since her book 168 Hours. Her 100 Dreams List changes my life. Off The Clock is the perfect continuation of her philosophy on time. She breaks down the key steps to create moments that matter and how to take ownership of our lives so ...

    Of course I would give our daughter a five star review! But in all honesty, I did enjoy reading her latest book. I have plenty of time in my retirement but it is still good to think about many of her suggestions--making time for friends, for fun, for memories, and for family! I like th...

    Excellent, quick read, chock full of great ideas for how to enhance the way you experience time and still be productive (more productive than before, even). There is a great balance of personal and realistic anecdotes from the author and stories from other people, as well as research t...

    Help for a busy mom I an a mother of 5 boys who works full time as a college professor. This book helped me to analyze my time and deliberately put in more enjoyable time! I love the idea of not letting your spoiled, present-self control your narrative! ...

    This was my favorite of Laura?s books so far. It had her usual in-depth analysis of numbers and data about time but with a human effect. The ideas of how to live better were really enjoyable and attainable and brought a human element to her ways more than I?ve read from her before....

    I loved it! Read my review here: http://chickstermag.com/wordpress/201.... ...

    This is a great book that has really made me think about how I spend my time. When I finished it, I felt rejuvenated and motivated to change how I use my time. ...

    Overly written and way longer than it needs to be ...

    Focuses on what makes life meaningful - the extraordinary in the ordinary. Highly recommended. ...

    This was such a great read. I LOVE the idea of getting more done while feeling less busy. I've learned something from all of her books and this one brought a new perspective that felt more applicable to my largely SAHM life than her last one (I Know How She Does It: How Successful Wome...

  • Hannah
    Jun 07, 2018

    It's no exaggeration to say that Laura Vanderkam's writing has changed my life. Her earlier books forced me to confront my own part in procrastination, avoiding hard tasks and making excuses like "I don't have the time." This book - Off the Clock - crystalizes all her earlier writing i...

    I didn't feel like this was as readable as some of her books, but I LOVED it. So thoughtful and I was talking and thinking about it non-stop. ...

    While Vanderkam's discussions center around time and time management, the biggest takeaways in this book aren't about time management: they're about effective energy management. As someone who chooses energy management over time management -- this works for me. We all have more time...

    This book is great for fellow Type As like myself who have always done life 110% and also tried to absorb everything at 110%...and then we find ourselves getting older...having to prioritize. ''Living in the moment'' is such a meaningless social media post term, as there are a slew of ...

    I became hooked on Laura's books and her time-tracking recommendations ever since I heard her speak at the American Society of Journalist and Authors' annual meeting a couple of years ago. (Plus, I've spoken to her a few times, and she's a lovely person.) I pre-ordered this book and th...

    I?ve been following Laura?s work for a year or two now, so I was expecting to like this book. But I more than liked it. The wisdom found within these pages is so simple yet profound. As I?ve found myself becoming busier over the years I?ve struggled to manage my time, often to ...

    Vanderkam on building in quality to the time you create by tracking your time. I'm an LVk fangirl and I liked it. It wasn't life-changing (like at least one of her other books has been for me) but it was good. It could probably have fit on an index card, but I get that she needed to ma...

    I am always interested in how people use their time and organize their lives, and in picking up ideas about how I might consider my own time usage. Vanderkam begins by tracking time (1/2 houor increments) but is ultimately focusing on more living and less busyness. Mindfulness and inte...

    I have been a huge fan of Laura Vanderkam?s work since her book 168 Hours. Her 100 Dreams List changes my life. Off The Clock is the perfect continuation of her philosophy on time. She breaks down the key steps to create moments that matter and how to take ownership of our lives so ...

    Of course I would give our daughter a five star review! But in all honesty, I did enjoy reading her latest book. I have plenty of time in my retirement but it is still good to think about many of her suggestions--making time for friends, for fun, for memories, and for family! I like th...

    Excellent, quick read, chock full of great ideas for how to enhance the way you experience time and still be productive (more productive than before, even). There is a great balance of personal and realistic anecdotes from the author and stories from other people, as well as research t...

    Help for a busy mom I an a mother of 5 boys who works full time as a college professor. This book helped me to analyze my time and deliberately put in more enjoyable time! I love the idea of not letting your spoiled, present-self control your narrative! ...

    This was my favorite of Laura?s books so far. It had her usual in-depth analysis of numbers and data about time but with a human effect. The ideas of how to live better were really enjoyable and attainable and brought a human element to her ways more than I?ve read from her before....

    I loved it! Read my review here: http://chickstermag.com/wordpress/201.... ...

    This is a great book that has really made me think about how I spend my time. When I finished it, I felt rejuvenated and motivated to change how I use my time. ...

    Overly written and way longer than it needs to be ...

    Focuses on what makes life meaningful - the extraordinary in the ordinary. Highly recommended. ...

  • Marie
    Jun 04, 2018

    It's no exaggeration to say that Laura Vanderkam's writing has changed my life. Her earlier books forced me to confront my own part in procrastination, avoiding hard tasks and making excuses like "I don't have the time." This book - Off the Clock - crystalizes all her earlier writing i...

    I didn't feel like this was as readable as some of her books, but I LOVED it. So thoughtful and I was talking and thinking about it non-stop. ...

    While Vanderkam's discussions center around time and time management, the biggest takeaways in this book aren't about time management: they're about effective energy management. As someone who chooses energy management over time management -- this works for me. We all have more time...

    This book is great for fellow Type As like myself who have always done life 110% and also tried to absorb everything at 110%...and then we find ourselves getting older...having to prioritize. ''Living in the moment'' is such a meaningless social media post term, as there are a slew of ...

    I became hooked on Laura's books and her time-tracking recommendations ever since I heard her speak at the American Society of Journalist and Authors' annual meeting a couple of years ago. (Plus, I've spoken to her a few times, and she's a lovely person.) I pre-ordered this book and th...

    I?ve been following Laura?s work for a year or two now, so I was expecting to like this book. But I more than liked it. The wisdom found within these pages is so simple yet profound. As I?ve found myself becoming busier over the years I?ve struggled to manage my time, often to ...

    Vanderkam on building in quality to the time you create by tracking your time. I'm an LVk fangirl and I liked it. It wasn't life-changing (like at least one of her other books has been for me) but it was good. It could probably have fit on an index card, but I get that she needed to ma...

    I am always interested in how people use their time and organize their lives, and in picking up ideas about how I might consider my own time usage. Vanderkam begins by tracking time (1/2 houor increments) but is ultimately focusing on more living and less busyness. Mindfulness and inte...

    I have been a huge fan of Laura Vanderkam?s work since her book 168 Hours. Her 100 Dreams List changes my life. Off The Clock is the perfect continuation of her philosophy on time. She breaks down the key steps to create moments that matter and how to take ownership of our lives so ...

    Of course I would give our daughter a five star review! But in all honesty, I did enjoy reading her latest book. I have plenty of time in my retirement but it is still good to think about many of her suggestions--making time for friends, for fun, for memories, and for family! I like th...

    Excellent, quick read, chock full of great ideas for how to enhance the way you experience time and still be productive (more productive than before, even). There is a great balance of personal and realistic anecdotes from the author and stories from other people, as well as research t...

    Help for a busy mom I an a mother of 5 boys who works full time as a college professor. This book helped me to analyze my time and deliberately put in more enjoyable time! I love the idea of not letting your spoiled, present-self control your narrative! ...

    This was my favorite of Laura?s books so far. It had her usual in-depth analysis of numbers and data about time but with a human effect. The ideas of how to live better were really enjoyable and attainable and brought a human element to her ways more than I?ve read from her before....

    I loved it! Read my review here: http://chickstermag.com/wordpress/201.... ...

    This is a great book that has really made me think about how I spend my time. When I finished it, I felt rejuvenated and motivated to change how I use my time. ...

    Overly written and way longer than it needs to be ...

    Focuses on what makes life meaningful - the extraordinary in the ordinary. Highly recommended. ...

    This was such a great read. I LOVE the idea of getting more done while feeling less busy. I've learned something from all of her books and this one brought a new perspective that felt more applicable to my largely SAHM life than her last one (I Know How She Does It: How Successful Wome...

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  • Ashley
    Jun 12, 2018

    It's no exaggeration to say that Laura Vanderkam's writing has changed my life. Her earlier books forced me to confront my own part in procrastination, avoiding hard tasks and making excuses like "I don't have the time." This book - Off the Clock - crystalizes all her earlier writing i...

    I didn't feel like this was as readable as some of her books, but I LOVED it. So thoughtful and I was talking and thinking about it non-stop. ...

    While Vanderkam's discussions center around time and time management, the biggest takeaways in this book aren't about time management: they're about effective energy management. As someone who chooses energy management over time management -- this works for me. We all have more time...

    This book is great for fellow Type As like myself who have always done life 110% and also tried to absorb everything at 110%...and then we find ourselves getting older...having to prioritize. ''Living in the moment'' is such a meaningless social media post term, as there are a slew of ...

    I became hooked on Laura's books and her time-tracking recommendations ever since I heard her speak at the American Society of Journalist and Authors' annual meeting a couple of years ago. (Plus, I've spoken to her a few times, and she's a lovely person.) I pre-ordered this book and th...

    I?ve been following Laura?s work for a year or two now, so I was expecting to like this book. But I more than liked it. The wisdom found within these pages is so simple yet profound. As I?ve found myself becoming busier over the years I?ve struggled to manage my time, often to ...

    Vanderkam on building in quality to the time you create by tracking your time. I'm an LVk fangirl and I liked it. It wasn't life-changing (like at least one of her other books has been for me) but it was good. It could probably have fit on an index card, but I get that she needed to ma...

    I am always interested in how people use their time and organize their lives, and in picking up ideas about how I might consider my own time usage. Vanderkam begins by tracking time (1/2 houor increments) but is ultimately focusing on more living and less busyness. Mindfulness and inte...

    I have been a huge fan of Laura Vanderkam?s work since her book 168 Hours. Her 100 Dreams List changes my life. Off The Clock is the perfect continuation of her philosophy on time. She breaks down the key steps to create moments that matter and how to take ownership of our lives so ...

    Of course I would give our daughter a five star review! But in all honesty, I did enjoy reading her latest book. I have plenty of time in my retirement but it is still good to think about many of her suggestions--making time for friends, for fun, for memories, and for family! I like th...

    Excellent, quick read, chock full of great ideas for how to enhance the way you experience time and still be productive (more productive than before, even). There is a great balance of personal and realistic anecdotes from the author and stories from other people, as well as research t...

    Help for a busy mom I an a mother of 5 boys who works full time as a college professor. This book helped me to analyze my time and deliberately put in more enjoyable time! I love the idea of not letting your spoiled, present-self control your narrative! ...

    This was my favorite of Laura?s books so far. It had her usual in-depth analysis of numbers and data about time but with a human effect. The ideas of how to live better were really enjoyable and attainable and brought a human element to her ways more than I?ve read from her before....

  • Mary
    Jun 05, 2018

    It's no exaggeration to say that Laura Vanderkam's writing has changed my life. Her earlier books forced me to confront my own part in procrastination, avoiding hard tasks and making excuses like "I don't have the time." This book - Off the Clock - crystalizes all her earlier writing i...

    I didn't feel like this was as readable as some of her books, but I LOVED it. So thoughtful and I was talking and thinking about it non-stop. ...

    While Vanderkam's discussions center around time and time management, the biggest takeaways in this book aren't about time management: they're about effective energy management. As someone who chooses energy management over time management -- this works for me. We all have more time...

    This book is great for fellow Type As like myself who have always done life 110% and also tried to absorb everything at 110%...and then we find ourselves getting older...having to prioritize. ''Living in the moment'' is such a meaningless social media post term, as there are a slew of ...

    I became hooked on Laura's books and her time-tracking recommendations ever since I heard her speak at the American Society of Journalist and Authors' annual meeting a couple of years ago. (Plus, I've spoken to her a few times, and she's a lovely person.) I pre-ordered this book and th...

    I?ve been following Laura?s work for a year or two now, so I was expecting to like this book. But I more than liked it. The wisdom found within these pages is so simple yet profound. As I?ve found myself becoming busier over the years I?ve struggled to manage my time, often to ...

    Vanderkam on building in quality to the time you create by tracking your time. I'm an LVk fangirl and I liked it. It wasn't life-changing (like at least one of her other books has been for me) but it was good. It could probably have fit on an index card, but I get that she needed to ma...

    I am always interested in how people use their time and organize their lives, and in picking up ideas about how I might consider my own time usage. Vanderkam begins by tracking time (1/2 houor increments) but is ultimately focusing on more living and less busyness. Mindfulness and inte...

    I have been a huge fan of Laura Vanderkam?s work since her book 168 Hours. Her 100 Dreams List changes my life. Off The Clock is the perfect continuation of her philosophy on time. She breaks down the key steps to create moments that matter and how to take ownership of our lives so ...

    Of course I would give our daughter a five star review! But in all honesty, I did enjoy reading her latest book. I have plenty of time in my retirement but it is still good to think about many of her suggestions--making time for friends, for fun, for memories, and for family! I like th...

  • Austin
    Jun 04, 2018

    It's no exaggeration to say that Laura Vanderkam's writing has changed my life. Her earlier books forced me to confront my own part in procrastination, avoiding hard tasks and making excuses like "I don't have the time." This book - Off the Clock - crystalizes all her earlier writing i...

    I didn't feel like this was as readable as some of her books, but I LOVED it. So thoughtful and I was talking and thinking about it non-stop. ...

    While Vanderkam's discussions center around time and time management, the biggest takeaways in this book aren't about time management: they're about effective energy management. As someone who chooses energy management over time management -- this works for me. We all have more time...

    This book is great for fellow Type As like myself who have always done life 110% and also tried to absorb everything at 110%...and then we find ourselves getting older...having to prioritize. ''Living in the moment'' is such a meaningless social media post term, as there are a slew of ...

    I became hooked on Laura's books and her time-tracking recommendations ever since I heard her speak at the American Society of Journalist and Authors' annual meeting a couple of years ago. (Plus, I've spoken to her a few times, and she's a lovely person.) I pre-ordered this book and th...

    I?ve been following Laura?s work for a year or two now, so I was expecting to like this book. But I more than liked it. The wisdom found within these pages is so simple yet profound. As I?ve found myself becoming busier over the years I?ve struggled to manage my time, often to ...

    Vanderkam on building in quality to the time you create by tracking your time. I'm an LVk fangirl and I liked it. It wasn't life-changing (like at least one of her other books has been for me) but it was good. It could probably have fit on an index card, but I get that she needed to ma...

    I am always interested in how people use their time and organize their lives, and in picking up ideas about how I might consider my own time usage. Vanderkam begins by tracking time (1/2 houor increments) but is ultimately focusing on more living and less busyness. Mindfulness and inte...

    I have been a huge fan of Laura Vanderkam?s work since her book 168 Hours. Her 100 Dreams List changes my life. Off The Clock is the perfect continuation of her philosophy on time. She breaks down the key steps to create moments that matter and how to take ownership of our lives so ...

    Of course I would give our daughter a five star review! But in all honesty, I did enjoy reading her latest book. I have plenty of time in my retirement but it is still good to think about many of her suggestions--making time for friends, for fun, for memories, and for family! I like th...

    Excellent, quick read, chock full of great ideas for how to enhance the way you experience time and still be productive (more productive than before, even). There is a great balance of personal and realistic anecdotes from the author and stories from other people, as well as research t...

    Help for a busy mom I an a mother of 5 boys who works full time as a college professor. This book helped me to analyze my time and deliberately put in more enjoyable time! I love the idea of not letting your spoiled, present-self control your narrative! ...

    This was my favorite of Laura?s books so far. It had her usual in-depth analysis of numbers and data about time but with a human effect. The ideas of how to live better were really enjoyable and attainable and brought a human element to her ways more than I?ve read from her before....

    I loved it! Read my review here: http://chickstermag.com/wordpress/201.... ...

    This is a great book that has really made me think about how I spend my time. When I finished it, I felt rejuvenated and motivated to change how I use my time. ...

    Overly written and way longer than it needs to be ...

    Focuses on what makes life meaningful - the extraordinary in the ordinary. Highly recommended. ...

    This was such a great read. I LOVE the idea of getting more done while feeling less busy. I've learned something from all of her books and this one brought a new perspective that felt more applicable to my largely SAHM life than her last one (I Know How She Does It: How Successful Wome...

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  • Melanie
    Jun 08, 2018

    It's no exaggeration to say that Laura Vanderkam's writing has changed my life. Her earlier books forced me to confront my own part in procrastination, avoiding hard tasks and making excuses like "I don't have the time." This book - Off the Clock - crystalizes all her earlier writing i...

    I didn't feel like this was as readable as some of her books, but I LOVED it. So thoughtful and I was talking and thinking about it non-stop. ...

    While Vanderkam's discussions center around time and time management, the biggest takeaways in this book aren't about time management: they're about effective energy management. As someone who chooses energy management over time management -- this works for me. We all have more time...

    This book is great for fellow Type As like myself who have always done life 110% and also tried to absorb everything at 110%...and then we find ourselves getting older...having to prioritize. ''Living in the moment'' is such a meaningless social media post term, as there are a slew of ...

    I became hooked on Laura's books and her time-tracking recommendations ever since I heard her speak at the American Society of Journalist and Authors' annual meeting a couple of years ago. (Plus, I've spoken to her a few times, and she's a lovely person.) I pre-ordered this book and th...

  • Michelle Miller
    Jun 09, 2018

    It's no exaggeration to say that Laura Vanderkam's writing has changed my life. Her earlier books forced me to confront my own part in procrastination, avoiding hard tasks and making excuses like "I don't have the time." This book - Off the Clock - crystalizes all her earlier writing i...

    I didn't feel like this was as readable as some of her books, but I LOVED it. So thoughtful and I was talking and thinking about it non-stop. ...

    While Vanderkam's discussions center around time and time management, the biggest takeaways in this book aren't about time management: they're about effective energy management. As someone who chooses energy management over time management -- this works for me. We all have more time...

    This book is great for fellow Type As like myself who have always done life 110% and also tried to absorb everything at 110%...and then we find ourselves getting older...having to prioritize. ''Living in the moment'' is such a meaningless social media post term, as there are a slew of ...

    I became hooked on Laura's books and her time-tracking recommendations ever since I heard her speak at the American Society of Journalist and Authors' annual meeting a couple of years ago. (Plus, I've spoken to her a few times, and she's a lovely person.) I pre-ordered this book and th...

    I?ve been following Laura?s work for a year or two now, so I was expecting to like this book. But I more than liked it. The wisdom found within these pages is so simple yet profound. As I?ve found myself becoming busier over the years I?ve struggled to manage my time, often to ...

    Vanderkam on building in quality to the time you create by tracking your time. I'm an LVk fangirl and I liked it. It wasn't life-changing (like at least one of her other books has been for me) but it was good. It could probably have fit on an index card, but I get that she needed to ma...

    I am always interested in how people use their time and organize their lives, and in picking up ideas about how I might consider my own time usage. Vanderkam begins by tracking time (1/2 houor increments) but is ultimately focusing on more living and less busyness. Mindfulness and inte...

    I have been a huge fan of Laura Vanderkam?s work since her book 168 Hours. Her 100 Dreams List changes my life. Off The Clock is the perfect continuation of her philosophy on time. She breaks down the key steps to create moments that matter and how to take ownership of our lives so ...

    Of course I would give our daughter a five star review! But in all honesty, I did enjoy reading her latest book. I have plenty of time in my retirement but it is still good to think about many of her suggestions--making time for friends, for fun, for memories, and for family! I like th...

    Excellent, quick read, chock full of great ideas for how to enhance the way you experience time and still be productive (more productive than before, even). There is a great balance of personal and realistic anecdotes from the author and stories from other people, as well as research t...

    Help for a busy mom I an a mother of 5 boys who works full time as a college professor. This book helped me to analyze my time and deliberately put in more enjoyable time! I love the idea of not letting your spoiled, present-self control your narrative! ...

    This was my favorite of Laura?s books so far. It had her usual in-depth analysis of numbers and data about time but with a human effect. The ideas of how to live better were really enjoyable and attainable and brought a human element to her ways more than I?ve read from her before....

    I loved it! Read my review here: http://chickstermag.com/wordpress/201.... ...

    This is a great book that has really made me think about how I spend my time. When I finished it, I felt rejuvenated and motivated to change how I use my time. ...

    Overly written and way longer than it needs to be ...

    Focuses on what makes life meaningful - the extraordinary in the ordinary. Highly recommended. ...

    This was such a great read. I LOVE the idea of getting more done while feeling less busy. I've learned something from all of her books and this one brought a new perspective that felt more applicable to my largely SAHM life than her last one (I Know How She Does It: How Successful Wome...

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  • Samantha Long
    Jun 09, 2018

    It's no exaggeration to say that Laura Vanderkam's writing has changed my life. Her earlier books forced me to confront my own part in procrastination, avoiding hard tasks and making excuses like "I don't have the time." This book - Off the Clock - crystalizes all her earlier writing i...

    I didn't feel like this was as readable as some of her books, but I LOVED it. So thoughtful and I was talking and thinking about it non-stop. ...

    While Vanderkam's discussions center around time and time management, the biggest takeaways in this book aren't about time management: they're about effective energy management. As someone who chooses energy management over time management -- this works for me. We all have more time...

    This book is great for fellow Type As like myself who have always done life 110% and also tried to absorb everything at 110%...and then we find ourselves getting older...having to prioritize. ''Living in the moment'' is such a meaningless social media post term, as there are a slew of ...

    I became hooked on Laura's books and her time-tracking recommendations ever since I heard her speak at the American Society of Journalist and Authors' annual meeting a couple of years ago. (Plus, I've spoken to her a few times, and she's a lovely person.) I pre-ordered this book and th...

    I?ve been following Laura?s work for a year or two now, so I was expecting to like this book. But I more than liked it. The wisdom found within these pages is so simple yet profound. As I?ve found myself becoming busier over the years I?ve struggled to manage my time, often to ...

    Vanderkam on building in quality to the time you create by tracking your time. I'm an LVk fangirl and I liked it. It wasn't life-changing (like at least one of her other books has been for me) but it was good. It could probably have fit on an index card, but I get that she needed to ma...

    I am always interested in how people use their time and organize their lives, and in picking up ideas about how I might consider my own time usage. Vanderkam begins by tracking time (1/2 houor increments) but is ultimately focusing on more living and less busyness. Mindfulness and inte...

    I have been a huge fan of Laura Vanderkam?s work since her book 168 Hours. Her 100 Dreams List changes my life. Off The Clock is the perfect continuation of her philosophy on time. She breaks down the key steps to create moments that matter and how to take ownership of our lives so ...

    Of course I would give our daughter a five star review! But in all honesty, I did enjoy reading her latest book. I have plenty of time in my retirement but it is still good to think about many of her suggestions--making time for friends, for fun, for memories, and for family! I like th...

    Excellent, quick read, chock full of great ideas for how to enhance the way you experience time and still be productive (more productive than before, even). There is a great balance of personal and realistic anecdotes from the author and stories from other people, as well as research t...

    Help for a busy mom I an a mother of 5 boys who works full time as a college professor. This book helped me to analyze my time and deliberately put in more enjoyable time! I love the idea of not letting your spoiled, present-self control your narrative! ...

    This was my favorite of Laura?s books so far. It had her usual in-depth analysis of numbers and data about time but with a human effect. The ideas of how to live better were really enjoyable and attainable and brought a human element to her ways more than I?ve read from her before....

    I loved it! Read my review here: http://chickstermag.com/wordpress/201.... ...

    This is a great book that has really made me think about how I spend my time. When I finished it, I felt rejuvenated and motivated to change how I use my time. ...

    Overly written and way longer than it needs to be ...

    Focuses on what makes life meaningful - the extraordinary in the ordinary. Highly recommended. ...

    This was such a great read. I LOVE the idea of getting more done while feeling less busy. I've learned something from all of her books and this one brought a new perspective that felt more applicable to my largely SAHM life than her last one (I Know How She Does It: How Successful Wome...

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  • Derek
    Jun 13, 2018

    It's no exaggeration to say that Laura Vanderkam's writing has changed my life. Her earlier books forced me to confront my own part in procrastination, avoiding hard tasks and making excuses like "I don't have the time." This book - Off the Clock - crystalizes all her earlier writing i...

    I didn't feel like this was as readable as some of her books, but I LOVED it. So thoughtful and I was talking and thinking about it non-stop. ...

    While Vanderkam's discussions center around time and time management, the biggest takeaways in this book aren't about time management: they're about effective energy management. As someone who chooses energy management over time management -- this works for me. We all have more time...

    This book is great for fellow Type As like myself who have always done life 110% and also tried to absorb everything at 110%...and then we find ourselves getting older...having to prioritize. ''Living in the moment'' is such a meaningless social media post term, as there are a slew of ...

    I became hooked on Laura's books and her time-tracking recommendations ever since I heard her speak at the American Society of Journalist and Authors' annual meeting a couple of years ago. (Plus, I've spoken to her a few times, and she's a lovely person.) I pre-ordered this book and th...

    I?ve been following Laura?s work for a year or two now, so I was expecting to like this book. But I more than liked it. The wisdom found within these pages is so simple yet profound. As I?ve found myself becoming busier over the years I?ve struggled to manage my time, often to ...

    Vanderkam on building in quality to the time you create by tracking your time. I'm an LVk fangirl and I liked it. It wasn't life-changing (like at least one of her other books has been for me) but it was good. It could probably have fit on an index card, but I get that she needed to ma...

    I am always interested in how people use their time and organize their lives, and in picking up ideas about how I might consider my own time usage. Vanderkam begins by tracking time (1/2 houor increments) but is ultimately focusing on more living and less busyness. Mindfulness and inte...

    I have been a huge fan of Laura Vanderkam?s work since her book 168 Hours. Her 100 Dreams List changes my life. Off The Clock is the perfect continuation of her philosophy on time. She breaks down the key steps to create moments that matter and how to take ownership of our lives so ...

    Of course I would give our daughter a five star review! But in all honesty, I did enjoy reading her latest book. I have plenty of time in my retirement but it is still good to think about many of her suggestions--making time for friends, for fun, for memories, and for family! I like th...

    Excellent, quick read, chock full of great ideas for how to enhance the way you experience time and still be productive (more productive than before, even). There is a great balance of personal and realistic anecdotes from the author and stories from other people, as well as research t...

    Help for a busy mom I an a mother of 5 boys who works full time as a college professor. This book helped me to analyze my time and deliberately put in more enjoyable time! I love the idea of not letting your spoiled, present-self control your narrative! ...

    This was my favorite of Laura?s books so far. It had her usual in-depth analysis of numbers and data about time but with a human effect. The ideas of how to live better were really enjoyable and attainable and brought a human element to her ways more than I?ve read from her before....

    I loved it! Read my review here: http://chickstermag.com/wordpress/201.... ...

    This is a great book that has really made me think about how I spend my time. When I finished it, I felt rejuvenated and motivated to change how I use my time. ...

    Overly written and way longer than it needs to be ...

  • Jeff Patnaude
    Jun 10, 2018

    It's no exaggeration to say that Laura Vanderkam's writing has changed my life. Her earlier books forced me to confront my own part in procrastination, avoiding hard tasks and making excuses like "I don't have the time." This book - Off the Clock - crystalizes all her earlier writing i...

    I didn't feel like this was as readable as some of her books, but I LOVED it. So thoughtful and I was talking and thinking about it non-stop. ...

    While Vanderkam's discussions center around time and time management, the biggest takeaways in this book aren't about time management: they're about effective energy management. As someone who chooses energy management over time management -- this works for me. We all have more time...

    This book is great for fellow Type As like myself who have always done life 110% and also tried to absorb everything at 110%...and then we find ourselves getting older...having to prioritize. ''Living in the moment'' is such a meaningless social media post term, as there are a slew of ...

    I became hooked on Laura's books and her time-tracking recommendations ever since I heard her speak at the American Society of Journalist and Authors' annual meeting a couple of years ago. (Plus, I've spoken to her a few times, and she's a lovely person.) I pre-ordered this book and th...

    I?ve been following Laura?s work for a year or two now, so I was expecting to like this book. But I more than liked it. The wisdom found within these pages is so simple yet profound. As I?ve found myself becoming busier over the years I?ve struggled to manage my time, often to ...

    Vanderkam on building in quality to the time you create by tracking your time. I'm an LVk fangirl and I liked it. It wasn't life-changing (like at least one of her other books has been for me) but it was good. It could probably have fit on an index card, but I get that she needed to ma...

    I am always interested in how people use their time and organize their lives, and in picking up ideas about how I might consider my own time usage. Vanderkam begins by tracking time (1/2 houor increments) but is ultimately focusing on more living and less busyness. Mindfulness and inte...

    I have been a huge fan of Laura Vanderkam?s work since her book 168 Hours. Her 100 Dreams List changes my life. Off The Clock is the perfect continuation of her philosophy on time. She breaks down the key steps to create moments that matter and how to take ownership of our lives so ...

    Of course I would give our daughter a five star review! But in all honesty, I did enjoy reading her latest book. I have plenty of time in my retirement but it is still good to think about many of her suggestions--making time for friends, for fun, for memories, and for family! I like th...

    Excellent, quick read, chock full of great ideas for how to enhance the way you experience time and still be productive (more productive than before, even). There is a great balance of personal and realistic anecdotes from the author and stories from other people, as well as research t...

    Help for a busy mom I an a mother of 5 boys who works full time as a college professor. This book helped me to analyze my time and deliberately put in more enjoyable time! I love the idea of not letting your spoiled, present-self control your narrative! ...

  • Caitlin
    Jun 06, 2018

    It's no exaggeration to say that Laura Vanderkam's writing has changed my life. Her earlier books forced me to confront my own part in procrastination, avoiding hard tasks and making excuses like "I don't have the time." This book - Off the Clock - crystalizes all her earlier writing i...

    I didn't feel like this was as readable as some of her books, but I LOVED it. So thoughtful and I was talking and thinking about it non-stop. ...

    While Vanderkam's discussions center around time and time management, the biggest takeaways in this book aren't about time management: they're about effective energy management. As someone who chooses energy management over time management -- this works for me. We all have more time...

    This book is great for fellow Type As like myself who have always done life 110% and also tried to absorb everything at 110%...and then we find ourselves getting older...having to prioritize. ''Living in the moment'' is such a meaningless social media post term, as there are a slew of ...

    I became hooked on Laura's books and her time-tracking recommendations ever since I heard her speak at the American Society of Journalist and Authors' annual meeting a couple of years ago. (Plus, I've spoken to her a few times, and she's a lovely person.) I pre-ordered this book and th...

    I?ve been following Laura?s work for a year or two now, so I was expecting to like this book. But I more than liked it. The wisdom found within these pages is so simple yet profound. As I?ve found myself becoming busier over the years I?ve struggled to manage my time, often to ...

    Vanderkam on building in quality to the time you create by tracking your time. I'm an LVk fangirl and I liked it. It wasn't life-changing (like at least one of her other books has been for me) but it was good. It could probably have fit on an index card, but I get that she needed to ma...

    I am always interested in how people use their time and organize their lives, and in picking up ideas about how I might consider my own time usage. Vanderkam begins by tracking time (1/2 houor increments) but is ultimately focusing on more living and less busyness. Mindfulness and inte...

    I have been a huge fan of Laura Vanderkam?s work since her book 168 Hours. Her 100 Dreams List changes my life. Off The Clock is the perfect continuation of her philosophy on time. She breaks down the key steps to create moments that matter and how to take ownership of our lives so ...

    Of course I would give our daughter a five star review! But in all honesty, I did enjoy reading her latest book. I have plenty of time in my retirement but it is still good to think about many of her suggestions--making time for friends, for fun, for memories, and for family! I like th...

    Excellent, quick read, chock full of great ideas for how to enhance the way you experience time and still be productive (more productive than before, even). There is a great balance of personal and realistic anecdotes from the author and stories from other people, as well as research t...

  • Hannah Jinks
    Jun 16, 2018

    It's no exaggeration to say that Laura Vanderkam's writing has changed my life. Her earlier books forced me to confront my own part in procrastination, avoiding hard tasks and making excuses like "I don't have the time." This book - Off the Clock - crystalizes all her earlier writing i...

    I didn't feel like this was as readable as some of her books, but I LOVED it. So thoughtful and I was talking and thinking about it non-stop. ...

    While Vanderkam's discussions center around time and time management, the biggest takeaways in this book aren't about time management: they're about effective energy management. As someone who chooses energy management over time management -- this works for me. We all have more time...

    This book is great for fellow Type As like myself who have always done life 110% and also tried to absorb everything at 110%...and then we find ourselves getting older...having to prioritize. ''Living in the moment'' is such a meaningless social media post term, as there are a slew of ...

    I became hooked on Laura's books and her time-tracking recommendations ever since I heard her speak at the American Society of Journalist and Authors' annual meeting a couple of years ago. (Plus, I've spoken to her a few times, and she's a lovely person.) I pre-ordered this book and th...

    I?ve been following Laura?s work for a year or two now, so I was expecting to like this book. But I more than liked it. The wisdom found within these pages is so simple yet profound. As I?ve found myself becoming busier over the years I?ve struggled to manage my time, often to ...

    Vanderkam on building in quality to the time you create by tracking your time. I'm an LVk fangirl and I liked it. It wasn't life-changing (like at least one of her other books has been for me) but it was good. It could probably have fit on an index card, but I get that she needed to ma...

    I am always interested in how people use their time and organize their lives, and in picking up ideas about how I might consider my own time usage. Vanderkam begins by tracking time (1/2 houor increments) but is ultimately focusing on more living and less busyness. Mindfulness and inte...

    I have been a huge fan of Laura Vanderkam?s work since her book 168 Hours. Her 100 Dreams List changes my life. Off The Clock is the perfect continuation of her philosophy on time. She breaks down the key steps to create moments that matter and how to take ownership of our lives so ...

    Of course I would give our daughter a five star review! But in all honesty, I did enjoy reading her latest book. I have plenty of time in my retirement but it is still good to think about many of her suggestions--making time for friends, for fun, for memories, and for family! I like th...

    Excellent, quick read, chock full of great ideas for how to enhance the way you experience time and still be productive (more productive than before, even). There is a great balance of personal and realistic anecdotes from the author and stories from other people, as well as research t...

    Help for a busy mom I an a mother of 5 boys who works full time as a college professor. This book helped me to analyze my time and deliberately put in more enjoyable time! I love the idea of not letting your spoiled, present-self control your narrative! ...

    This was my favorite of Laura?s books so far. It had her usual in-depth analysis of numbers and data about time but with a human effect. The ideas of how to live better were really enjoyable and attainable and brought a human element to her ways more than I?ve read from her before....

    I loved it! Read my review here: http://chickstermag.com/wordpress/201.... ...

    This is a great book that has really made me think about how I spend my time. When I finished it, I felt rejuvenated and motivated to change how I use my time. ...

    Overly written and way longer than it needs to be ...

    Focuses on what makes life meaningful - the extraordinary in the ordinary. Highly recommended. ...

    This was such a great read. I LOVE the idea of getting more done while feeling less busy. I've learned something from all of her books and this one brought a new perspective that felt more applicable to my largely SAHM life than her last one (I Know How She Does It: How Successful Wome...

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  • Amy
    Jun 10, 2018

    It's no exaggeration to say that Laura Vanderkam's writing has changed my life. Her earlier books forced me to confront my own part in procrastination, avoiding hard tasks and making excuses like "I don't have the time." This book - Off the Clock - crystalizes all her earlier writing i...

    I didn't feel like this was as readable as some of her books, but I LOVED it. So thoughtful and I was talking and thinking about it non-stop. ...

    While Vanderkam's discussions center around time and time management, the biggest takeaways in this book aren't about time management: they're about effective energy management. As someone who chooses energy management over time management -- this works for me. We all have more time...

    This book is great for fellow Type As like myself who have always done life 110% and also tried to absorb everything at 110%...and then we find ourselves getting older...having to prioritize. ''Living in the moment'' is such a meaningless social media post term, as there are a slew of ...

    I became hooked on Laura's books and her time-tracking recommendations ever since I heard her speak at the American Society of Journalist and Authors' annual meeting a couple of years ago. (Plus, I've spoken to her a few times, and she's a lovely person.) I pre-ordered this book and th...

    I?ve been following Laura?s work for a year or two now, so I was expecting to like this book. But I more than liked it. The wisdom found within these pages is so simple yet profound. As I?ve found myself becoming busier over the years I?ve struggled to manage my time, often to ...

    Vanderkam on building in quality to the time you create by tracking your time. I'm an LVk fangirl and I liked it. It wasn't life-changing (like at least one of her other books has been for me) but it was good. It could probably have fit on an index card, but I get that she needed to ma...

    I am always interested in how people use their time and organize their lives, and in picking up ideas about how I might consider my own time usage. Vanderkam begins by tracking time (1/2 houor increments) but is ultimately focusing on more living and less busyness. Mindfulness and inte...

    I have been a huge fan of Laura Vanderkam?s work since her book 168 Hours. Her 100 Dreams List changes my life. Off The Clock is the perfect continuation of her philosophy on time. She breaks down the key steps to create moments that matter and how to take ownership of our lives so ...

    Of course I would give our daughter a five star review! But in all honesty, I did enjoy reading her latest book. I have plenty of time in my retirement but it is still good to think about many of her suggestions--making time for friends, for fun, for memories, and for family! I like th...

    Excellent, quick read, chock full of great ideas for how to enhance the way you experience time and still be productive (more productive than before, even). There is a great balance of personal and realistic anecdotes from the author and stories from other people, as well as research t...

    Help for a busy mom I an a mother of 5 boys who works full time as a college professor. This book helped me to analyze my time and deliberately put in more enjoyable time! I love the idea of not letting your spoiled, present-self control your narrative! ...

    This was my favorite of Laura?s books so far. It had her usual in-depth analysis of numbers and data about time but with a human effect. The ideas of how to live better were really enjoyable and attainable and brought a human element to her ways more than I?ve read from her before....

    I loved it! Read my review here: http://chickstermag.com/wordpress/201.... ...

    This is a great book that has really made me think about how I spend my time. When I finished it, I felt rejuvenated and motivated to change how I use my time. ...

  • Klara Furuberg
    May 31, 2018

    It's no exaggeration to say that Laura Vanderkam's writing has changed my life. Her earlier books forced me to confront my own part in procrastination, avoiding hard tasks and making excuses like "I don't have the time." This book - Off the Clock - crystalizes all her earlier writing i...

    I didn't feel like this was as readable as some of her books, but I LOVED it. So thoughtful and I was talking and thinking about it non-stop. ...

    While Vanderkam's discussions center around time and time management, the biggest takeaways in this book aren't about time management: they're about effective energy management. As someone who chooses energy management over time management -- this works for me. We all have more time...

    This book is great for fellow Type As like myself who have always done life 110% and also tried to absorb everything at 110%...and then we find ourselves getting older...having to prioritize. ''Living in the moment'' is such a meaningless social media post term, as there are a slew of ...

    I became hooked on Laura's books and her time-tracking recommendations ever since I heard her speak at the American Society of Journalist and Authors' annual meeting a couple of years ago. (Plus, I've spoken to her a few times, and she's a lovely person.) I pre-ordered this book and th...

    I?ve been following Laura?s work for a year or two now, so I was expecting to like this book. But I more than liked it. The wisdom found within these pages is so simple yet profound. As I?ve found myself becoming busier over the years I?ve struggled to manage my time, often to ...

    Vanderkam on building in quality to the time you create by tracking your time. I'm an LVk fangirl and I liked it. It wasn't life-changing (like at least one of her other books has been for me) but it was good. It could probably have fit on an index card, but I get that she needed to ma...

    I am always interested in how people use their time and organize their lives, and in picking up ideas about how I might consider my own time usage. Vanderkam begins by tracking time (1/2 houor increments) but is ultimately focusing on more living and less busyness. Mindfulness and inte...

    I have been a huge fan of Laura Vanderkam?s work since her book 168 Hours. Her 100 Dreams List changes my life. Off The Clock is the perfect continuation of her philosophy on time. She breaks down the key steps to create moments that matter and how to take ownership of our lives so ...

    Of course I would give our daughter a five star review! But in all honesty, I did enjoy reading her latest book. I have plenty of time in my retirement but it is still good to think about many of her suggestions--making time for friends, for fun, for memories, and for family! I like th...

    Excellent, quick read, chock full of great ideas for how to enhance the way you experience time and still be productive (more productive than before, even). There is a great balance of personal and realistic anecdotes from the author and stories from other people, as well as research t...

    Help for a busy mom I an a mother of 5 boys who works full time as a college professor. This book helped me to analyze my time and deliberately put in more enjoyable time! I love the idea of not letting your spoiled, present-self control your narrative! ...

    This was my favorite of Laura?s books so far. It had her usual in-depth analysis of numbers and data about time but with a human effect. The ideas of how to live better were really enjoyable and attainable and brought a human element to her ways more than I?ve read from her before....

    I loved it! Read my review here: http://chickstermag.com/wordpress/201.... ...

    This is a great book that has really made me think about how I spend my time. When I finished it, I felt rejuvenated and motivated to change how I use my time. ...

    Overly written and way longer than it needs to be ...

    Focuses on what makes life meaningful - the extraordinary in the ordinary. Highly recommended. ...

    This was such a great read. I LOVE the idea of getting more done while feeling less busy. I've learned something from all of her books and this one brought a new perspective that felt more applicable to my largely SAHM life than her last one (I Know How She Does It: How Successful Wome...

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  • Yuting
    Jun 18, 2018

    It's no exaggeration to say that Laura Vanderkam's writing has changed my life. Her earlier books forced me to confront my own part in procrastination, avoiding hard tasks and making excuses like "I don't have the time." This book - Off the Clock - crystalizes all her earlier writing i...

    I didn't feel like this was as readable as some of her books, but I LOVED it. So thoughtful and I was talking and thinking about it non-stop. ...

    While Vanderkam's discussions center around time and time management, the biggest takeaways in this book aren't about time management: they're about effective energy management. As someone who chooses energy management over time management -- this works for me. We all have more time...

    This book is great for fellow Type As like myself who have always done life 110% and also tried to absorb everything at 110%...and then we find ourselves getting older...having to prioritize. ''Living in the moment'' is such a meaningless social media post term, as there are a slew of ...

    I became hooked on Laura's books and her time-tracking recommendations ever since I heard her speak at the American Society of Journalist and Authors' annual meeting a couple of years ago. (Plus, I've spoken to her a few times, and she's a lovely person.) I pre-ordered this book and th...

    I?ve been following Laura?s work for a year or two now, so I was expecting to like this book. But I more than liked it. The wisdom found within these pages is so simple yet profound. As I?ve found myself becoming busier over the years I?ve struggled to manage my time, often to ...

    Vanderkam on building in quality to the time you create by tracking your time. I'm an LVk fangirl and I liked it. It wasn't life-changing (like at least one of her other books has been for me) but it was good. It could probably have fit on an index card, but I get that she needed to ma...

    I am always interested in how people use their time and organize their lives, and in picking up ideas about how I might consider my own time usage. Vanderkam begins by tracking time (1/2 houor increments) but is ultimately focusing on more living and less busyness. Mindfulness and inte...

    I have been a huge fan of Laura Vanderkam?s work since her book 168 Hours. Her 100 Dreams List changes my life. Off The Clock is the perfect continuation of her philosophy on time. She breaks down the key steps to create moments that matter and how to take ownership of our lives so ...

    Of course I would give our daughter a five star review! But in all honesty, I did enjoy reading her latest book. I have plenty of time in my retirement but it is still good to think about many of her suggestions--making time for friends, for fun, for memories, and for family! I like th...

    Excellent, quick read, chock full of great ideas for how to enhance the way you experience time and still be productive (more productive than before, even). There is a great balance of personal and realistic anecdotes from the author and stories from other people, as well as research t...

    Help for a busy mom I an a mother of 5 boys who works full time as a college professor. This book helped me to analyze my time and deliberately put in more enjoyable time! I love the idea of not letting your spoiled, present-self control your narrative! ...

    This was my favorite of Laura?s books so far. It had her usual in-depth analysis of numbers and data about time but with a human effect. The ideas of how to live better were really enjoyable and attainable and brought a human element to her ways more than I?ve read from her before....

    I loved it! Read my review here: http://chickstermag.com/wordpress/201.... ...

    This is a great book that has really made me think about how I spend my time. When I finished it, I felt rejuvenated and motivated to change how I use my time. ...

    Overly written and way longer than it needs to be ...

    Focuses on what makes life meaningful - the extraordinary in the ordinary. Highly recommended. ...

    This was such a great read. I LOVE the idea of getting more done while feeling less busy. I've learned something from all of her books and this one brought a new perspective that felt more applicable to my largely SAHM life than her last one (I Know How She Does It: How Successful Wome...

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  • Katherine Lewis
    May 29, 2018

    It's no exaggeration to say that Laura Vanderkam's writing has changed my life. Her earlier books forced me to confront my own part in procrastination, avoiding hard tasks and making excuses like "I don't have the time." This book - Off the Clock - crystalizes all her earlier writing i...

  • Benjamin Spall
    Jun 05, 2018

    It's no exaggeration to say that Laura Vanderkam's writing has changed my life. Her earlier books forced me to confront my own part in procrastination, avoiding hard tasks and making excuses like "I don't have the time." This book - Off the Clock - crystalizes all her earlier writing i...

    I didn't feel like this was as readable as some of her books, but I LOVED it. So thoughtful and I was talking and thinking about it non-stop. ...

    While Vanderkam's discussions center around time and time management, the biggest takeaways in this book aren't about time management: they're about effective energy management. As someone who chooses energy management over time management -- this works for me. We all have more time...

    This book is great for fellow Type As like myself who have always done life 110% and also tried to absorb everything at 110%...and then we find ourselves getting older...having to prioritize. ''Living in the moment'' is such a meaningless social media post term, as there are a slew of ...

    I became hooked on Laura's books and her time-tracking recommendations ever since I heard her speak at the American Society of Journalist and Authors' annual meeting a couple of years ago. (Plus, I've spoken to her a few times, and she's a lovely person.) I pre-ordered this book and th...

    I?ve been following Laura?s work for a year or two now, so I was expecting to like this book. But I more than liked it. The wisdom found within these pages is so simple yet profound. As I?ve found myself becoming busier over the years I?ve struggled to manage my time, often to ...

  • Jobelle
    Apr 25, 2018

    It's no exaggeration to say that Laura Vanderkam's writing has changed my life. Her earlier books forced me to confront my own part in procrastination, avoiding hard tasks and making excuses like "I don't have the time." This book - Off the Clock - crystalizes all her earlier writing i...

    I didn't feel like this was as readable as some of her books, but I LOVED it. So thoughtful and I was talking and thinking about it non-stop. ...

    While Vanderkam's discussions center around time and time management, the biggest takeaways in this book aren't about time management: they're about effective energy management. As someone who chooses energy management over time management -- this works for me. We all have more time...

    This book is great for fellow Type As like myself who have always done life 110% and also tried to absorb everything at 110%...and then we find ourselves getting older...having to prioritize. ''Living in the moment'' is such a meaningless social media post term, as there are a slew of ...

    I became hooked on Laura's books and her time-tracking recommendations ever since I heard her speak at the American Society of Journalist and Authors' annual meeting a couple of years ago. (Plus, I've spoken to her a few times, and she's a lovely person.) I pre-ordered this book and th...

    I?ve been following Laura?s work for a year or two now, so I was expecting to like this book. But I more than liked it. The wisdom found within these pages is so simple yet profound. As I?ve found myself becoming busier over the years I?ve struggled to manage my time, often to ...

    Vanderkam on building in quality to the time you create by tracking your time. I'm an LVk fangirl and I liked it. It wasn't life-changing (like at least one of her other books has been for me) but it was good. It could probably have fit on an index card, but I get that she needed to ma...

    I am always interested in how people use their time and organize their lives, and in picking up ideas about how I might consider my own time usage. Vanderkam begins by tracking time (1/2 houor increments) but is ultimately focusing on more living and less busyness. Mindfulness and inte...

    I have been a huge fan of Laura Vanderkam?s work since her book 168 Hours. Her 100 Dreams List changes my life. Off The Clock is the perfect continuation of her philosophy on time. She breaks down the key steps to create moments that matter and how to take ownership of our lives so ...

    Of course I would give our daughter a five star review! But in all honesty, I did enjoy reading her latest book. I have plenty of time in my retirement but it is still good to think about many of her suggestions--making time for friends, for fun, for memories, and for family! I like th...

    Excellent, quick read, chock full of great ideas for how to enhance the way you experience time and still be productive (more productive than before, even). There is a great balance of personal and realistic anecdotes from the author and stories from other people, as well as research t...

    Help for a busy mom I an a mother of 5 boys who works full time as a college professor. This book helped me to analyze my time and deliberately put in more enjoyable time! I love the idea of not letting your spoiled, present-self control your narrative! ...

    This was my favorite of Laura?s books so far. It had her usual in-depth analysis of numbers and data about time but with a human effect. The ideas of how to live better were really enjoyable and attainable and brought a human element to her ways more than I?ve read from her before....

    I loved it! Read my review here: http://chickstermag.com/wordpress/201.... ...

    This is a great book that has really made me think about how I spend my time. When I finished it, I felt rejuvenated and motivated to change how I use my time. ...

    Overly written and way longer than it needs to be ...

    Focuses on what makes life meaningful - the extraordinary in the ordinary. Highly recommended. ...

    This was such a great read. I LOVE the idea of getting more done while feeling less busy. I've learned something from all of her books and this one brought a new perspective that felt more applicable to my largely SAHM life than her last one (I Know How She Does It: How Successful Wome...

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