I've done this before, but it's always good to compare. First, here's the pie chart of my my day yesterday:
As someone mentioned last time, here's the % breakdown. I guess some people understand things better if numbers are involved. Me, I'm a pie chart kind of guy.
Filling in Blanks: 12.5% (1 hour)
Making Copies: 12.5% (1 hour)
Standing in Line: 15.625% (1.25 hours)
Billing Time: 6.25% (.5 hours)
Lunch: 6.25% (.5 hours)
Job Searching: 18.75% (1.5 hours)
Blogging: 3.125% (.25 hours)
Dicking around: 9.375% (.75 hours)
Daydreaming: 6.25% (.5 hours)
Reading: 3.125% (.25 hours)
Asleep: 6.25% (.5 hours)
In case you were wondering, which I doubt you were, here's the actual hour-by-hour breakdown of my day.
9:00-9:30: Job searching
9:30-9:45: Dicking around online
9:45-10:00: Making a clever blog post
10:00-11:00: Making copies
11:00-11:30: Daydreaming about punching through my wall and/or throwing my computer at my wall.
11:30-12:30: Filling in blanks.
12:30-1:00: Job searching.
1:30-2:00: Dicking around online
2:00-3:15: Standing in line
3:15-3:30: Reading in law library
3:30-4:00: Asleep in law library
4:00-4:30: Job searching
4:30-5:00: Billing time.
How obvious is it that I need a new job? Also, in case there are any discrepancies in my math, keep in mind that this was a 15 minute project. And, that I'm a lawyer, not a mathematician.