Right now, I’m insecure about time. It seems as though I am constantly trying to perform an impossible balancing act of working full-time, church activities, spending time with family, spending time with friends, taking advantage of a business opportunity, writing, reading, hobbies, unwinding on Netflix, and most importantly (although often most ignored) Bible study and prayer. Whew! Can you imagine if I had kids? At the end of each day, I try so hard to be positive and think about what I accomplished, but more often than not I end up staring at my never-ending to do list and feel like I’ve failed. I question my writing capability sometimes and wonder if I will ever take the time to put my ideas into sensible words and stories. Prioritizing has never been my strong suit, so I end up trying to squeeze as much as I can into whatever time I have. But I want to concentrate on the tasks that need my undivided attention and that is hard to do when there are so many things I’m trying to get done at once. I wish I had some great go-to solution for this time conundrum, but all I can really do is take each day as it comes and make the most of it. I recently read (source: Get Organized Wizard Blog) that it helps to just focus on a few items each day that can help you reach your long term goals instead of trying to mark off as many to-do list items as possible. Of course, having the right attitude helps as well. Do you feel like you’re constantly chasing time? How do you manage your priorities?