Do you ever wonder at the end of the day where all the time went, what you spent the entire day doing? Do you wish you were able to take back your time, even 30 minutes for something (or someone) that mattered to you?
You may even feel a little ashamed, like you're not owning your life but letting it scroll past in a blur. Even when you have a little time to yourself, you're so tired and overwhelmed that it's tough to know what to do, much less take action on it.
I know exactly how you feel. For years I was just speeding through the day, working full time and raising a family.
I often found myself doing so many different things, at different times, that I would end the day wondering about what I had actually accomplished. How much time had I spent with my family, or on my side hustle? Was I reading enough, and how much time was I scrolling through college football recruiting news (more on that later)?
The question gnawed at me, because I really wanted to know that I was spending my time on the people and projects that mattered. I would get to the end of the day, week, and month then wonder what I had actually done with the precious days I was given. I felt frustrated and upset with my lack of discipline and how I wasn't acting on the goals I set for myself and our family.