I’m always trying to find more time to do all that I’d like to do. Anyone else feel this way?
I look at all the books I want to read that are on my bookshelf or nightstand. They’re sitting there looking at me as if to say, “I’m ready! Why aren’t you?!” The thing is, I am; I just have other, more important things to do.
The same could be said about all the posts piling up in Google Reader. I’ll try to pop in there and read a couple when I can steal a few extra minutes of internet time, but, that’s about it. I wish I could pump my brain full of all that good stuff that people are publishing all the time. [At least, for me, it’s “good stuff”. I try to follow those smart, thoughtful people out there who are changing the way I and (usually) many others think.]
There are other things I’d like to do also.
– Learn Spanish
– Become really good at SEO
– Blog more consistently
– Connect with more people in a meaningful way
I’ll end there, but the list could go on.
Really, though, I spend the majority of my time (after sleep and the job) with my family. (I hope my wife concurs…) I’m not complaining about that.
If I could live on four hours of sleep I would, but I can’t. That’s not a happy Rob.
Until I figure out a better system, I’ll keep squeezing in little things here and there.
Any ideas for ways to read more and learn more each day?