Since beginning work in the pastorate I think I am finally beginning notice that days don’t seem long enough. I go to work in the morning, come home and cook a nice dinner with Kelli, sit down and read for a couple of minutes, watch some of whatever TV series we are in, and then it is 10:30 or 11. At this point I know I could stay up and read some more and be slightly tried the next or just go to bed like I should. Normally I go to bed. But I am wondering if any of you few readers have any ideas of how to squeeze some more time out of your days. Would getting up earlier help a ton? Would quitting TV altogether make the day seem longer? I’d be interested in hearing what sort of patterns have helped some of you grasp the constant filling of our time.
Along this long lines writing this reminded me of this great clip of John Cleese talking about creativity.