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I struggle to stay as productive as I should, as someone who works from home with pretty severe ADHD--I pay my bills, but that's about it. I'd like to start working on improving the amount of time I work each day, but first I need a pain-free way to keep track of how much time I actually spend working.
Since I'm a freelance writer, time spent with Word as the focused window seems like the easiest way to track this. Does anyone know any programs I can use that will give me a daily timer on what windows had focus for how long total? A bit of Googling didn't help much, but admittedly I didn't search long before I decided to post here to ask.