Working outside of the home for the corporate conglomerates uses up approximately eight of the twenty-four hours that are allotted in any given day. This does not include travel to and from the job; and, for good measure, an additional hour should be included into the mix.
Throw in the meals, laundry, meetings, chauffeur duties resulting in a miscellaneous usage of another five hours. Top that off with six hours of sleep extracted from the repository to be added to the daily use cauldron. The balance is a not so whopping four hours.
Being a time management guru is crucial for organizing and executing the essentials that keep the mind on an even keel.
Use the residual hours to open the gate and travel in the slow lane. Taking advantage of any squirrelled away minutes to rest, relax and rejuvenate.