Humans are creative species and we were all born with the urge for creation the only thing that separates us is our preferred medium. Some like to draw, some like to write, some like to create music, some like to dance, some like to build things, some like to make furniture… but we all have something we love doing.
When we were children, we were waiting for the summer break to do what we love.
When we got our jobs, we were waiting for our holidays to do what we love.
When people finally retire they don’t know what to do with their free time because they never had enough time to do what they loved.
The problem is not in the time; we all have the same 24 hours. The problem is in the priorities.
When we come home from school, we are too busy doing other things instead of doing the things we love.
When we come home from work, we are too busy doing other things instead of doing the things we love.
When we retire, we forget what we used to love.
If you want to do something, make it your top priority and you will always find time for that. Sometimes 10 minutes will be enough to stay in touch with the things you love, but I bet you can find 2 hours in a day for the things you love.