RelaxHaveFun is a powerful tool, but there is a small learning curve. Just remember that getting started with RelaxHaveFun can be fun.
RelaxHaveFun isn’t just a “todo list”, it’s a “feel good about life app”. It was built to help you enjoy the journey you take through life, one day at a time. I’m passionate about helping to improve how you live your life and if you have any feedback please reach out because I’d love to hear from you.
There are a number of reasons why you might want to use RelaxHaveFun:
- Be more productive
- Schedule how you spend your time and get recommendations on what you should be doing the rest of the day (super cool feature)
- Feel better about how you spend your time
- Think more positively about life and put yourself in a positive mind-set
- Set weekly goals and see how you’re meeting your goals (also a super cool feature)
- Stay organized and get reminded of meetings
- Get a different perspective on the goals in your life
- Prioritize your goals and become comfortable that you’re making the right decisions on how you spend your time
- Track your time and progress more accurately
- Remember the things you’ve been doing and how you’re spending your time
- Keep track of routines that you do on a regular basis (e.g. morning routine, weekly chores, monthly chores)
- Track your regular bills to be sure that you’re paying your bills on time
- Become familiar with weekly scheduling and weekly reviews for evaluating how you spend your time
- … and however you choose to use the site!
If you haven’t already created an account yet, sign up for a free account at https://relaxhavefun.com/join.
Check your email and click the “confirm your email address” link so that you can receive meeting notifications, task notifications, and daily summary reports (if you choose to enable those features).
After you sign up, you’ll be at the dashboard where you can start managing your tasks.
If you have an android phone, install the app to get alerts periodically. You can choose to receive alerts (a chime or vibrate or both)
- every five minutes (if you’re in go-mode)
- every hour on the hour (to give you a better sense of time passing)
- when you’re no longer on an active task (to help you stay focused)