Make time without losing your mind

You can block time for basically anything with Reclaim. Your only limit is your imagination (and your time). Here are just a few examples of what you can do once Reclaim is connected to your calendars.

Reclaim for Black Lives Matter

Create Habits on your calendar with links to suggested resources supporting Black Lives Matter
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Educate yourself

The first step toward real change comes from understanding. Make time to read up. Learn more

Suggested resources in this habit:

Act4BLM

PFW.Guide

BLM Resources

Justice in June

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Donate

Tons of organizations need your help, and they'll need it for a long time. Make time to donate. Learn more

Suggested resources in this habit:

70+ bail funds + mutual orgs

BLM Global Network

NAACP Legal Defense Fund

National Bail Fund Network

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Sign petitions

Discover and sign petitions that lead to real, systemic change for communities of color. Learn more 

Suggested resources in this habit:

Defund12

Justice for George Floyd

The Hands Up Act

National Action Against Police Brutality

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Get active

With protests happening in thousands of communities globally, it’s time for you to take part. Learn more

Suggested resources in this habit:

Find your local BLM chapter

Find events on Facebook for BLM

Find allies on Funders for Justice

Reclaim for your life

Make time for Habits that keep your life in balance
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Make time for lunch

No day ever went well without a decent meal. We'll make sure you never miss lunch. Learn more

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Zen out

Get centered for the day ahead by making time to meditate daily, whenever works for you. Learn more

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Get some exercise

Making time for even 15 minutes of daily exercise can increase your lifespan by 3 years. Learn more

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Take a walk

Stuck inside? Chained to your desk? Make time to take a walk and clear your head. Learn more

Reclaim for your work

Make time for the things you do frequently to stay on top of your work
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Get to inbox zero

If your inbox is underwater, your day isn’t going to be much fun. Make time for catching up every day to keep yourself afloat. Learn more

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Do your weekly status

Most managers and leaders have a ton of reporting to do every week. Make time for it on your calendar and keep it flexible. Learn more

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Make some stuff

Make sure you always have time to feed your inner creator. Give yourself a few hours every week to write code and build things. Learn more

Keep your calendars in sync

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Manage your side gigs

If you’re working multiple jobs, you have a lot of calendars to juggle. Get them all centralized under one roof and keep them in sync. Learn more

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Get through the merger

If your company just got acquired or merged, there’s a decent chance your IT stack didn’t. Get a grip on your calendars, fast. Learn more

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Unify your schedule

If you use tools like Calendly to book external appointments, you can use Reclaim to get all your available time synced to one calendar. Learn more

Used and loved by employees at

TEAM
NFLX
NEWR
Uber
NYT
Confluent

“Reclaim takes a ton of methods I’ve been using at work for years -- blocking time for tasks, mapping my calendar to my priorities, and safeguarding time for personal events -- and makes them 10x easier to implement. It’s like they read my mind and built a product out of it.”

- Jade Rubick, VP of Engineering, Gremlin

“Reclaim keeps my calendar aligned with my priorities, plain and simple. It’s a whole new way to visualize my schedule and understand where my time is going every week.”

- James Ferguson, Head of Design, Atlassian

"I’ve introduced Reclaim to the entire Packet team and now they spend less time tinkering with their calendars and are able to focus more, prioritize what really matters and carve out time for their own mental and personal health.”

- Zac Smith, Managing Director, Equinix and Founder of Packet

Ready to make time for what matters?