Before you celebrate the vacation, ask yourself this: within those two hours, what would you do?
Whatever your answer, that’s your priority. Base your day off of what you’d do with those two hours. Nothing happens until that is done, and everything comes after it.
The problem people have is that they don’t get to their priorities first because we always feel like we have time. We procrastinate, knowing what we should be doing instead. Most people need a whip to be cracked — a real deadline, a boss, a serious catastrophe — in their space to get serious. I’m no exception, it happens to us all. The challenge is to check ourselves before life checks us first.
Your time management issues are solved.