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I think I might just have to see it as altering my study time when im busy running errands as audiobook or podcast time. When i get some quit time change it can change it to reading or practical application time. It would definitely help to be more in a routine type of flow as oppose to letting myself get to busy and pushing it off to another day. Thank you , I think I should just find a different way o learning and just finding away to add it to my routine. I really appreciate you taking the time to help give some friendly advice =)

I'm glad to be helpful if I can!

Your comment made me think of something else too! I used to have similar issues with being really busy but not really accomplishing much (although without caring for a human, so probably way different!). Last year, for about four months I used a bullet journal every day. It helped me to really distill daily goals and focus my time. It completely transformed my productivity. Then, after a while I realized I didn't need it anymore. I happened to read the 12 Week Year at about that time, and now I use that method for goal setting and prioritizing how I spend my time daily and weekly. Even when I am super busy with life, I am still marching consistently towards my goals.

(Bullet journals can be a bit overwhelming... this is the article I used to start mine: buzzfeed.com/rachelwmiller/how-to-... Mine was not pretty or fancy, it was functional and it was great!)

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