This seems like it’s obvious – we all complain that we don’t have enough time to do X, Y or Z.
Other times, you decide that the opportunity cost is too high; you take fewer hours at work, but it would come with a commensurate reduction in pay, which would mean having a harder time in other areas that are a priority such as paying bills and being able to afford food.
I’m just saying that this week), I’m making the conscious decision that playing a video game was more important to me than getting eight hours of sleep.
In that moment, I’ve decided that “one more side-quest” is worth feeling like ten pounds of ass in a five pound sack the next day.
Anything new in your life means that you’re having to make the choice to give up something else.
Now you have to weigh the value of in your day to day life and start deciding what’s a priority and what’s not.