Timeless Time & Expense of www.magsoftwrx.com/ does a good job for me. You click on the icon in the taskbar if you start with a task, and you click again when you end it. I am usually tracking by the minute - so I can even track the minutes I spend answering emails to a client, which easily add to hours at the end of a project (whether you are actually billing by the minute, this is up to you). I'm my own boss, and time-tracking is invaluable for running a business. At 09:20 11.01.01 -0800, Michael Collins wrote: >I am also self-employed but can never get myself to write down how every >15 minute block of time was spent. I always find myself estimating at the >end of the day roughly how much I have spent on a project. I know how long >I have been at it and which projects I have worked on (which is usually >only one or two at a given time) and from there can assign hours toward >each project.