Twenty-four hours in a day.

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24 hours in a day. Minus eight hours for a good sleep. That’s sixteen hours.

Take out another hour for getting ready in the morning, and another for winding down at night.

You’re at fourteen hours.

It takes you an hour to get to work and settle in. Thirteen hours.

An hour to pack up and get home. Maybe grab some things on the way. Twelve hours.

Then lunch hour. There’s eleven.

Two 30-minute breaks? You’re down to ten.

10 hours. Divided into three 3-hour blocks with an hour to spare.

All the time in the world is less than you think.

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