Interstitial Journaling

  • Interstitial journaling is an incredibly simple journaling process created by Tony Stubblebine, that essentially involves just capturing a timestamp whenever you take a break, and logging what you just did and what you are working on next in a few sentences.
  • It is really easy to get started with, and is a nice alternative to proper time tracking, and allows for flexibility and adaptability while still having something to keep you artificially accountable.
  • I use almost exactly the same approach as outlined by Anne-Laure on NessLabs