Why couldn't a computer program take a lot of the legwork out of managing my time?
There are countless applications for scheduling, but these are scarcely more than planners wrought pixelated. I'm thinking of something more useful.
Think about the process that goes into our decisions about how we spend our time (if we're not run completely by impulse). The more perspicuous of us are skilled at striking a balance--ensuring that some minimum amount of time each day is spent in activities most beneficially performed as routines, while allotting the remainder of the day to work and rest so that duties are done and the self is not too taxed.