For the things you want to do the most, there always seems to be time to do them. “Too Busy” is often an excuse we use when we didn’t really want to do something that day. We failed to prepare and plan to generate the time necessary amid your other responsibilities.
We may think it easier to allow others to occupy our time with busyness and even chaos than to purposefully save the time we intended to. We can easily give away our focus to merely occupy a day with activities and scattered input rather than progress with what matters most together.
Time continues, use it wisely to be your most productive. Be disciplined, but not selfish. Be purposeful rather than wasteful, there will eventually come to be an end of our time. Refresh and renew rather than continuously burn through your time. Determine what you are busy with for the purpose of your life.
“The bad news is that time flies, the good news is you’re the pilot.” — Michael Altshuler —