watch dissolving Timesucks—activities that waste time with little value or benefit—areat the heart of what makes us feel we have no time left for theimportant things. (Image: Shutterstock)

A lot of us talk about how we feel we're in a state of constantof busyness, even those of us who eliminate some craziness from ourlives by working from a home office. It's almost as if something isgoing around, pressing us like machines to do more, acquire moreand be more.

How does one make time for the things that matter most? Thingslike creative outlets, volunteering in your community, learning toplay ukulele, checking off the big bucket list travel… the listgoes on.

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