8 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. One hundred twenty-six. That's how many emails are expected to be sent and received per business worker, per day, in 2019. Even more startling? We spend 28 percent of our work week on emails. That comes out to more than 11 hours per week.
This past Black Friday, I tasked myself with buying an entire new winter wardrobe. I researched deals, saved for it with the help of my Digit app, made a Google sheet with a plan of attack, and braced myself to drop more money than I'm ever comfortable spending in one go.
While planning on how to better keep track of your bank account, you might want to consider methods like starting to check your account once a month.
In order to do that, it could be useful to schedule a meeting in your calendar, devoted solely to this. Other ideas might include using spreadsheets to keep track of expenses or getting an automatic tracker.
Yesterday I found out that the average person checks their emails 77 times per day. Seriously? Is that what people do? Back in the 90s, computers used to gleefully announce that ' you've got mail', but now clearing your inbox is cause for celebration.