This is another well worn excuse. Everyone has the same 24 hours in a day. Why can some people get everything done, and others can’t?
Do you have time to sit in front of the TV?
What about that 2 or more hours you spend on Facebook or surfing the Net?
You make time for what is important to you – but sometimes its things that other people think are important. Do you really need to jump every time your phone makes a noise? Could you maybe finish what you are doing first?
What about being more efficient?
If you are heading downstairs, don’t go empty handed. There is probably something that needs to be taken down.
Are your errands planned in a sequence that makes sense and saves you time?
Have you planned your menus for the week so you’re not running to the store all of the time? Or worse, out for fast food.
Laundry can be washing or drying while you’re eating dinner. If you are going to sit in front of the TV, you can fold the laundry.
Take a good look at how you spend your time. You’ll find that you really do have more time than you think you do. Spend it wisely and your life will be richer for it.
“Dost thou love life? Then do not squander time, for that’s the stuff that life is made of.” – Benjamin Franklin