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I’m having trouble with long term and daily time management. I’ve noticed that having long term activities written into a certain time chunk on a calendar help. I’ve also noticed that scheduling my day helps, too. Are there any apps that help me make a schedule for a single day and long-term?

I have a couple tasks I need to do that are comparable to making your own car. To use the car analogy, there's no set time on how long it'll take to bud it, but I can assume a year is good.

In the metaphorical car, there are smaller parts that will take a month on average to make. Likewise, I'll have to break up the year into shorter periods labeled "time to build chassis," or something like that.

These overall tasks, like the chassis, will require day-to-day tasks. However, things break and setbacks come up. Likewise, I really can't plan an exact schedule for the next two weeks.

On top if this, I also have about 3 other metaphorical projects that need to get worked on, plus school. My schedule's busy and I've got a lot if stuff that can sometimes get crowded out by other things until the deadline comes too close.

I find that daily schedules work pretty well, but sometimes tasks take a bit too long or longer than I thought, just because they're more complicated than I initially thought. Most of this prevents me from scheduling the next two days at the same time.

I've also struggled with procrastination, which is something I hope this will help with.

What are some good apps to help me with all of this?

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