“In our lives, we can readily point to the things we’d like to have time for, and we can rattle off a list of ways to do more efficiently what we have to do, so we can theoretically find time for the fun stuff; but, like the kitchen’s isolation, we can’t see that the real problem is not a lack of time but how we engage time in general. We think the problem is the way we’re sequencing or managing what we’re doing, when in fact it’s the way we engage the doing itself.

By learning to see through what appears to be absolute and permanent, you’ll discover all sorts of flexibilities you’d never dreamed were possible in your life, and you’ll quickly learn to see the potential that your life remodeling holds in store.”

Sarah Susanka. The Not So Big Life.