I want to record on a daily basis what time I get out of bed. On my phone, which I keep by my bed, I can do something in the morning.
I have Evernote and the Day One app on my phone. I also have Drafts and Workflow (which I have yet to use).
I think it would be smarter to have something like an Evernote note appended every day. That way, at the end of the month, I can review the trend.
I know I can open up Drafts, type in the time, and then send to Evernote but even that seems like more than I should have to do. All I'm interested in is logging time.
I prefer to use Evernote only because it's a tool that I already use extensively. Although I could use Day One, I don't see an easy way to see a trend over time.
I just glance at the Fitbit app at the end of the week and do a visual sweep for any patterns- then I record them on paper. Last summer this paid off in spades as it convinced my husband we needed a bigger mattress with less motion transfer (all natural latex- it is the best!) So I have Fitbit to thank for helping quantify my complaints into actual data, no spreadsheet necessary (but it still sounds like a very clever workflow.)