Last Week's 10 Biggest Posts

You wanted . Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:

Focus On Your Personal Values Instead Of Your Incomplete To-Do List

You may try to get through your to-do list each day, and often things slip through — but that doesn’t mean you’ve failed. On those days, look to see if you met your personal values checklist.

Video Briefly: Game Of Thrones Bloopers, Octopus Attack, Frozen Returns

Brief video items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Dragon Ball Z fan film, Disney’s Frozen Fever trailer, 10 years of YouTube distilled into 16 minutes.

Avoid Over-Committing Your Time With This Simple Formula

Time management can be tough, but it often comes down to not being truly aware of how you spend your time. This formula forces you to examine your time usage while making it plain and clear what you can and cannot do in the time you have.

Briefly: Sony's Drone-Friendly Camera, Coffee Crack, Half-Price Play TV

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Get a Play TV for $46, see the dedicated drone mode on Sony’s 4K Action Cam, the reasons why video games have beta testing.

Google Calendar For Android Adds A 7-Day View, Pinch To Zoom

Ask and ye shall receive, Google says. Based on feedback from users, Google Calendar now has several improvements, including a new 7-day week view and Google Drive files integration.

Briefly: Jiggle Physics, Robot Tomato Dispenser, Apple Car Ad

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: How video game breasts are made (and why they can go wrong), Apple Car “leaked” ad, Japan shows off wearable robot that dispenses tomatoes while you run.

Briefly: Free AFL Live Pass Trial, Best Of YouTube, KFC Chips For $1

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: get a month of AFL Live Pass for free, ten years of YouTube’s best videos distilled into 16 minutes, the worst- and best-dressed men at the 2015 Oscars, get a regular serve of KFC chips for $1.

Trick Yourself Into Meeting Self-Set Deadlines By Keeping Them Urgent

Setting a deadline for yourself can be helpful or completely useless, depending on how you treat it. You can give yourself a higher chance of actually meeting your own deadlines by setting them near the present.

Briefly: $39 Google Chromecast, Oscars Red Carpet, Bartender Dating Dirt

Brief news items of note for Lifehacher readers, including: Get half-price off $30 SIM starter kits at Australia Post, the best of the Academy Awards’ red carpet, bartenders spill the beans on terrible Tinder dates.