Smart Bitches, Trashy Books: Track Your 2020 Reading With This Nifty Spreadsheet!

Smart Bitches, Trashy Books (one of my best choices for finding cheap escape reading, in case you need that right now for whatever reason): Track Your 2020 Reading With This Nifty Spreadsheet!. “I LOVE THIS SPREADSHEET SO MUCH. I’ve used it all year, I love it, and I’m so pleased I’m not alone in enjoying the process of tracking what I read and how I read, too. I’ve made a few updates to the 2020 version, but the great thing about this spreadsheet is that it’s so very easy to customize. Aarya has a version that she’s modified to track an extensive number of book characteristics, for example. So you can make it your own!”

MakeUseOf: 6 Free Printables and Ebooks to Track or Change Habits

MakeUseOf: 6 Free Printables and Ebooks to Track or Change Habits. “As the year draws to a close, we often succumb to the pressure of setting resolutions. But if you’re serious about changing habits, you need the right advice and tools to get you going. You can use habit apps to reach your goals or go old-school with a pen and paper. There is just something more satisfying about the tactile feel of crossing or ticking a box.”

Lifehacker: Be More Mindful of the Time You Waste Online With HabitLab

Lifehacker: Be More Mindful of the Time You Waste Online With HabitLab. “You may want to spend less time of sites like Facebook and YouTube, but actually doing it can sometimes be a bit of a challenge. HabitLab is an open-source project from Stanford that attempts to make cutting back on habit-forming sites a little bit easier.”