Consider the Return Of Investment of your Time

Welcome to Day 69 of my #100DaysofBulletJournalIdeas Project! 

Idea 69: Return of Investment of your time

Return of Investment of your time

Return of Investment, or ROI, is a way to determine the profitability. Another way to think about this is thinking of it as the profitability of your time. To determine whether or not you are getting the most return on the investment of your time, create an inventory of the different things you fill your days with, and have two columns to assess whether each is a good return of investment on your time or not. The profit doesn't have to only be financial, but also mental and how it makes you feel overall. 

If the return is positive and you enjoy it, then it's a positive ROI, if it's not, then it's a negative ROI. Invest your time in the things that will actually help you achieve a more balanced life. For example, if you find yourself spending a lot of time on things that make you miserable, then perhaps it is time to take a step back and consider the positive things that you could spend more time doing that would reap you greater enjoyment and satisfaction in your life.

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