Link of the Day: 42 Goals
42 Goals is a simple but flexible web-based tool for tracking daily goals and aspirations. You’re given a single chart to which you can add whatever goals you like, and track them in whatever way you choose. I’ve been using it for a couple of weeks now, and I’ve found it to be a very useful way to stay on top of everything I want to do in a given day.
I’m currently tracking twenty-six goals – which may seem like a lot, but that total covers a pretty broad spectrum. Some of them are health related, some of them are things I need to do every day at work, and some of them are personal projects that I want to ensure I make time for each day. Any day in which I meet most of these goals, let alone all of them, is a pretty full day indeed.
And in order to make it as easy as possible to track everything, I’ve just made 42 Goals one of my home pages in Firefox. So whenever I get on the web, which I do at least a few times a day, the list pops up right in front of me and compels me to check off whatever goals I’ve accomplished since my last update. There’s a mobile version as well, for those of you who are into that sort of thing.
Take it for a spin and see what you think. You’ll need to create an account, but there’s no charge to do so. The service is completely free.
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