* There are 60 seconds in 1 minute
* There are 60 minutes in 1 hour
* There are 24 hours in 1 day
* There are 7 days in 1 week
* There are 365 days in 1 year (usually)

So what is the point of all this?

The point is that time is a definite in life - there will never be more than 60 minutes in any given hour, never be more than 24 hours in a day. Therefore wishing that we had "more" time is fruitless ... there will never be "more" time .. there will just be the time that already is.

"If you want time make time. You will never find time."

If you have no time to exercise - make time.
If you have no time with your family - make time.
If you have no time to rest - make time.

Firstly, assess what is critical and what is not. We have a habit of treating everything in life as equally important when if truth were known half of it could wait another day or even a week!

Secondly, block out time in your diary for the things that you need to make time for. Lock them in as if they are a business meeting and treat them with the same amount of respect ... essentially you have a meeting with yourself!

Do you struggle to have quality time with your spouse? Create a “sacred night” to ensure quality time together even when you are at your busiest. Mutually agree on one night a week that is 100% for you as a couple to share. Don’t work late that night, don’t make plans with friends (unless you both agree to), and don’t do chores. It may sound regimented to have to schedule time for a relationship but it is very effective. When life is at it’s most hectic that is exactly when you need to make time for those you love.

Time may be a definite in life but how much time you get in your life is not. Make time for the things that are important to you and don't waste time on all the stuff that is not.

Author's Bio: 

Linda Anderson is a Certified Professional Coach dedicated to helping people live bold and rewarding lives. Linda has an energetic and direct style of coaching which suits people who like to be challenged. She currently works with clients in Australia, New Zealand, Philippines,
South Korea, Japan and USA.
Linda writes a free weekly e-newsletter called 'a2a Inspirations'.
Find out more about Linda: http://www.a2acoaching.com