Do you wish there were more hours in a day? If there were what would you do with

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  1. Charlu profile image76
    Charluposted 12 years ago

    Do you wish there were more hours in a day? If there were what would you do with them and why?

    Would you spend more time with family, working, writing, relaxing or exercise, and what would be the main purpose or focus health, relationships, money, or fun?

  2. Aley Martin profile image64
    Aley Martinposted 12 years ago

    I would write and read with the extra hours. My whole day is consumed right now with work. Tax prep, teaching both online and in the classroom and taking two online courses. I stay up late to do homework, grade, prep lesson plans, read text materials and watch films for a film course. I so love to read. I miss it for enjoyment.

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    pixnumposted 12 years ago

    I need extra hours in a day because I want to keep myself engaged in writing and keep vigil around me.

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    susanm23bposted 12 years ago

    YES!  I divide my time between homeschool, two Etsy shops, and writing.  In between I squeeze in exercise, housework, cooking, etc.  I have SO MANY ideas for both my wriiting and Etsy shops--but there are only so many hours...

    If I had more time, I would be able to explore those ideas that I have and maybe a little relax time also smile

  5. hildred profile image74
    hildredposted 12 years ago

    I always think this is a thought provoking question about what matters the most to me, but then I think "Who are we kidding? Any extra hours of the day are gonna be filled with mandatory work!" We're awesome as a community at doing that. I think the same thing applies to "what if you didn't have to sleep to live/function?" Well, our work days would just be longer sad

    (on that note, writing, sleeping, and video gaming is what I would do!)

  6. jacqui2011 profile image79
    jacqui2011posted 12 years ago

    Another couple of hours in the day would be perfect. I feel that by the time I get in from work, spend time with the family, sort dinner, have a bath, then its time for bed. I would love a couple of hours in which I would be able to relax, wind down and devote to writing hubs. It really would make all the difference, but as that will never happen, I just have to squeeze in what little time I have at the moment.

  7. Globetrekkermel profile image63
    Globetrekkermelposted 11 years ago

    I will spend more time praying and meditating.Those are always my refuge when life gets chaotic. I retreat to my inner self. and stay quiet and calm.


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