We only have so much time in the day, so if we want more time to do those things we really want to do, we have to look at how our current behaviors are getting in the way.
1) Start Saying No.
We often say yes, not with our words but with our actions, so that our past behavior dictates our future as well. But that doesn't have to be the case. Just because you did it before, doesn't mean you have to do it again.
2) Make Your Priorities a Priority.
If you, like most people, live by your calendar and electronic reminders, then put your personal priorities in your calendar. That means things like exercise, relaxation, and even sex. If it is important to you, it needs to go in your calendar. Don't delete it either.
3) Change Your Rules
Whether you realize it or not, you have created rules for how you behave in the world, but since you created them, you can change them. You have created many of your own time constraints by saying things have to be a certain way "or else." Or else, what? Loosen your own strings, and change the rules.
4) Ask for Help
Asking for help doesn't have to mean anything negative, so don't make it so--just ask.