Top ten blogs on time management

Updated 6/20/11

There are many great sites dedicated to exploring ways to use time well. Here are my top favorites. For these and more, go to my bookmarks list.

  • Lifehack — Daily digest and pointers on productivity, getting things done and lifehacks. Keep an eye on what Chris Brogan is up to-he’s an incredibly creative guy who writes regularly at among other things
  • DIYPlanner-Paper, productivity and passion
  • David Seah-the Printable CEO
  • 43Folders-about personal productivity, life hacks, and simple ways to make your life a little better
  • Matt’s Idea Blog-Original thoughts on productivity, personal information management, creativity, journaling, personal digital storage for life, and leveraging technology for citizenship.
  • LifeDev-new. interesting.
  • Make It Great!-Lifehacks from Phil Gerbyshak
  • Productivity Goal, which is “a discussion about work productivity, time management organization, tools and tips.”
  • Productivity Pro-Helping people leave the office earlier, with less stress, and more to show for it!
  • Open Loops (”Because it’s your time.”) — A weblog about efficiency and productivity.

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42 comments on “Top ten blogs on time management
  1. Wow, thanks for puting me in your Top 10! I’m grateful and honored that you match me up with the likes of those other great sites. — Chris…

  2. Thank you very much for including me on your list, Rosemary. It’s an honor to be included with such luminaries as Doug, Chris, and everyone else. I enjoyed looking around your site, and your eBook looks very interesting. I also enjoyed the quotes, esp. this one:

    “I’ve suffered a great many catastrophes in my life. Most of them never happened.” –Mark Twain

    Pefect! Thanks again.


  3. dailyplanit says:

    How cool to receive these visits to the site! Thank you so much for the information you provide.

  4. Dave Seah says:

    Wow, that’s quite a list! Thanks for including my site on it! Though now I feel like I have to work harder now to keep up appearances 😉 Thanks! Love the “become the person you want to be” series…a very positive message!

  5. Gabe says:

    great list. may I suggest as well?

  6. dailyplanit says:

    43folders is really helpful as a way to get ideas for goals too. Oops, I got confused with 43things! I keep finding more wonderful sites. It’s getting obvious that it’s impossible to limit myself to 10! I’ve recently discovered Make It Great and LifeDev…Keep an eye on what Chris Brogan is up to-he’s an incredibly creative guy who writes regularly at among other things.

  7. Laura Stack says:

    In the top 10 of productivity blogs! Cool…that’s really thrilling. THANKS for the compliment.

    Folks who don’t get RSS can subscribe through email via Feedblitz at

    I am passionate about helping people accomplish their results in less time through productivity initiatives, so they can leave the office earlier, and get home to their lives! Join me!

    Laura Stack, The Productivity Pro(R)

  8. Davey says:


    Super list. I just wanted to plug Steve Pavlina. He has probably done more for my time management skills than any other luminary. His insight, system design, and integration have surpassed my expectations. Wishing you continued success with “Daily PlanIt”. I have you loaded in my feed and visit often.


  9. Jennifer Rai says:

    I just checked out Black Belt Productivity, I wasn’t disappointed. Moving forward to take advantage of the rest of this great list. Thank you so much!

  10. Multitasking says:

    Those list of blogs above are helpful for businessmen or anyone who are getting tips about Productivity and Time Management.

    As a Productivity Coach and Time Management expert, I`d like to share my book entitled The Myth of Multitasking: How “Doing It All” Gets Nothing Done.

    I’d like to share a valuable principle with you. It’s something I’ve taught to many business owners and executives I’ve worked with. This principle may go against the grain of some of your beliefs about time and the best way to get things done. Because of that, I ask you to keep an open mind.

    Multitasking is a myth. It just plain doesn’t exist.

    Also check my Productivity Coaching videos.

  11. Leena Kapoor says:


    What an admirable effort! Thank you for creating this list and giving readers the opportunity to update themselves on the ways to become effective.

  12. Mark Smith says:

    Good list. Thank you!
    But, in my opinion, we must include here one site of really great person, Alberto Vicentini.

    Methods of his work is great. He really know, how to organize working time and he describe his methods in his great articles!

    I have found his site recently in internet and would propose this site for all people, because is great.


  13. Albert says:

    Thanks for the wonderful post…


  14. Tim Wilson says:


    This is a great list.

    How about adding Zen Habits, too?

    For me that’s one of the most readable blogs on the net when it comes to practical time management and productivity solutions.



  15. Thanks for the list of tools we can use 🙂 These will really help a lot along with a conscious effort to manage time. Maybe it would be good to share some time management tips as well I think these work for both business and personal items.

  16. julio says:

    Find lots of information very useful,
    thank you very much

  17. Adam Grave says:

    Great list my personal favorite is lifehack but your list is great thanks for your time.

  18. Adam Grave says:

    sorry i forgot to check the notify box.

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  20. Bob says:

    Try as well. It’s got some great ideas and some good perspectives on things

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  26. Ben Moonroe says:

    Time management blogs are great resources in order to be able to manage time effectively. I’ve been reading recently different articles and blogs about how to manage time and how to stay productive. Including The 4hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss and David Allen’s Getting Things Done. I believe that the most effective ways to manage time is with discipline. Without discipline you can’t stay focus on tasks and can be easily distracted. Another is to overcome procrastination in order to get more things done. I also create a to-do list so that I can easily determine what tasks I would do for the day. I set time when working on each task so that I can limit wasted time and finish tasks on time. This tool is what I use to track time effectively.

    This is how I manage time effectively. I hope this can also help others who are having bad times managing their time.

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  36. Great list guys. Not sure why there are comments above hating Tim Ferris info. I think his Four Hour Work Week is awesome. You have to be a lateral thinker to take it in I guess.

  37. Reblogged this on i must have this thing and commented:
    I think finding a “time management” system needs to be a lot more customized than any space organizing system. It’s really an inside-out job that requires the commitment of a lifestyle. Think about it, if you’re overwhelmed by the clutter in your home, you can always escape to Starbucks, or a hotel room. You carry your time management with you wherever you go. Here are some resources to peak your curiosity about how you tick (pun intended).

  38. Great recommendations! I’m always looking for ways to improve me own time management and have found a lot of value in reading blogs by others who are seeking out a similar goal. I’ll definitely be checking a few of these out!

  39. I also believe that a system must be customized to the person using it. There is no one size fits all.

  40. Try as well. It’s got some great ideas and some good perspectives on things.

  41. Try as well. It’s got some great ideas and some good perspectives on things.

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