You can become a time master. It is not about doing more in this age of digital demand. It is becoming a master of your own time to establish a balance between the push-pull of the many directions in your world today. Make a commitment to find and then cherish your free time, from one hour to one day. Make the day work for you with these strategies: time management, your attitude of the time that belongs to you and finally, your behaviors in the time that is available to you.
Think about time stealers and time savers.
Time stealers: unorganized errands, procrastination, unrealistic to-do list and fatigue, mental and physical.
Time savers: categorize and combine activities in the same area, consider one day at a time, and ultimately be in the moment enabling you to reduce any stressors.
Your time belongs to you. You decide how to use it, every day.