Writing time is precious, and there is often not enough of it.
How to create more?
Eliminate the little, superfluous things. They suck out minutes that become hours that become days.
We have no trouble fretting over pennies because they add to dollars, and dollars add to hundreds, and hundreds add to thousands, and so on.
But what about time?
Do this fun exercise. Pick a day and time every activity in a log. Better yet, do it for a week. Or a month. See where your time goes.
You'll be amazed to discover that you can easily add an hour to your writing time, if not more.
Minutes add up. And those are minutes of your life, never to get back.
And if writing is what you want to do, then spend them on writing.