This problem helped me come up with my topic for today. Finding the time to write.
A quick Google search brought up this article.
I really liked it because it goes over something that is right in front of our faces...time. There are so many instances in a day where we aren't doing anything but waiting, so why not write instead?
One of my sisters asked me a couple of days ago how I manage to keep my house together with two little kids. The answer boils down to priorities. I find the time to do the things that are important to me.
If you had asked me a year ago if I would try and write, I would have laughed at you. Partly from lack of confidence. I sincerely doubted my ability to write anything that people would want to read. Plus, I didn't have the time. Or so I thought.
Now, my life is just as crazy as it was a year ago, if not more so. And yet, I wrote a book in a month. And I've done three rounds of editing in four months. Writing has become important to me and I make the time.
So instead of asking yourself if you have the time to write, you should ask is it important to me to write? Because if it is, you'll make time, even if the only time you write is while you sit on the toilet.