My first thought after reading this prompt was about how we humans often say, “Oh, I wish I had time to ______”.
And while there are exceptions to this, it is true that the problem is often not that we don’t have time for something, but that we are just choosing not to prioritize that thing.
When all of my kids were little, I would have felt more justified in saying, “Oh, if I had more time I would ______”.
But at this point, if I’m not doing something with my time, it’s most likely a reflection of my priorities, not evidence of a lack of time.
I think I’m already doing quite a lot with my time and I regularly make time for things people often aspire to find time for (such as sleeping, exercising, cooking, reading books, and starting a side hustle).
And in anticipation of more time freeing up in my near future (with the end of homeschooling), I have nursing school plans.
Anyway! I don’t think I’m really answering this prompt properly because this is not a thought that runs through my head very often. But maybe when I’m in full-time nursing school, my tune will change!