As much as your life may be hectic, the rewards for making time for family and friends are great – for you and them.
Your body will thank you for taking time to exercise or getting enough time for rest and relaxation.
Taking time to stroll through your neighbourhood and meet the people who live around you can create a healthier and more vibrant sense of community.
“Time is the one thing given to everyone in equal measure” -Seneca.
Slow down. Make time.
Being energy efficient might involve some advance planning, but it can actually make time for more important things. Walking with your kids to school instead of driving gives you time to be attentive and catch up with them. Taking the bus to work affords you extra (glorious) minutes of sleep or reading time. Riding your bike to the grocery store a few times a week counts as physical exercise.