Imputavi, Computavi, Putavi. — I accounted. I calculated. I pondered. The Latin puto, putare, used in the literal sense, means “to cut”. It was ancient even to Romans — coming from the Proto-Indo-European “pew,” which had similar semantics. Literally used, it described the act of trimming or pruning trees.
This is great. I'm Duo-Lingo-ing my way through Latin, just like 5 minutes every day, starting to see some of these patterns emerging. The origin of language (or languages) has to be one of the most interesting things in the world.
Great post! I'm curious to know the level of detail of your tracking process. Do you have a note taking app open on your computer at all times where you're constantly taking notes on your days? And how detailed are the notes? Do you just keep track of the time spent on activities, like "reading X - 50 minutes" or do you capture thought/ideas/outcomes etc. too? Sorry bit of a long question.