The concept of TimeSpared was formed as Clive (one of our co-founders) rushed to get his son to football (soccer) practice on time. Clive, like the rest of us struggles to balance all the demands of modern life. Whilst listening to a radio programme about the 'latest killer web site' it dawned on him that we don't apply the practises and disciplines that help us be successful at work to our home life: the result is that we spend too much time doing admin. and sorting out all those tasks that never seem to get done!
"Achieving your goals requires meticulous planning combined with a years of experience" - but who teaches you how to build a plan to move house or choose a broad band provider, where is the checklist for arranging a stag do or organising a funeral?
Each of these 'projects' that you come across everyday involves, in 99% of cases, you starting out from scratch with enthusiasm, receiving some conflicting suggestions from friends and family and maybe even in the rarest of cases buying a book that you never fully read!
Oh but hang on the internet is here you can find everything you need!.. well yes there is lots of information but our experience is that very rarely do you get what you need to get the job done. What we found is that generic searches turn up millions of hits (where do you start!) and when you actually find a 'ToDo list' or a 'How To' it's poorly structured and poorly written - end result is that it isn't really useful!
Timespared is a your site dedicated to giving you your life back. We have taken the hard work out of the planning and organising and given you the benefit of experience from others. We monitor meticulously the checklists that exist on the site ensuring that each and every one gives you the best possible chance of success. Our unique community model allows you to see how others have got on with the each of the checklists and there is a guru there to help you every step of the way.
So don't wait: find a checklist right now to help you and starting getting your life back! Alternatively if you are an 'expert' in a particular area why not put that knowledge to good use: help others by contributing (either new items or suggested improvements to existing ones).
The TimeSpared team