Good Time Journal App

Notice the activities that make you happy and give you energy. Create a life you love.

Based on the Designing Your Life course at Stanford

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How it works

Works like a daily journal

We designed the app to feel familiar while allowing you to enhance your life and find what makes you energized.

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    Step One: Download the App

    Download the Good Time Journal app and sign up for an account. Start logging your activities and invite friends to join your journey. Share your progress with each other!

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    Step Two: Keep track of your activities

    Begin capturing your daily energy and engagement levels, while doing your daily routine. Keep track of how you feel throughout the day, log your energy and engagement scores.

  • Step Three: Reflect

    Reflect on your week, what you learned, new things that might have surprised you. Figure out which activities brought you the highest level of energy, enjoyment, and engagement.

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The Framework behind Good Time Journal

What Others Think


"Life has questions. They have answers... Learn
how to find a fulfilling career... Learn how to
better navigate life's big moment decisions and
kill your 'wicked problems dead."

The New York Times

"Designing Your Life walks you through the process
of building a satisfying, meaningful life by approaching
the challenge the way a designer would. Experimentation.
Wayfinding. Prototyping. Constant iteration."

Daniel Pink, bestselling author of Drive

"The prototype for a happy life...Burnett and
Evans show how to apply Stanford's famous design
principles to finding your place in the world,
as a recent graduate or mid-career."

NPR's Brian Lehrer

"This [is] the career app of the next decade
and . . . the go-to app that is used as a rite of
passage whenever someone is ready to create a
life they love."

David Kelley, Founder of IDEO

"An empowering app based on the popular class
of the same name at Stanford University. This
app will easily earn a place among career-finding

Publishers Weekly

About Us

Meet the Team