I don't work that much, but I do have 3 part time jobs and a 3 year old. And a husband.
The thing that goes out the door is sleep. I sleep 5 hours on a REALLY good night, most nights it's 3 or 4. People will go all, "but sleep is so important!" No one I know who has a family and jobs, exercises a lot, sleeps 8 hours a night. it simply isn't possible. Sleeping isn't as important as getting time to eat healthy, work, and exercise...it is important to a degree, but it is the first thing to go in my world.
Edited by: ZORBS13 at: 10/28/2013 (13:26)
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