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You know you need to spend more time with your partner, friends and family. You're juggling your schedule around to find gaps, and you're more or less doing it.
So, why do you feel your partner's indirectly saying you're still spending too little time together? Because it's not quality time.
Just because you're physically next to someone doesn't mean you're together if your mind wanders off to other issues or you just want to use that time for a break.
Watching a movie together isn't the same as putting a movie on and you falling asleep; or while the movie goes on you're more attentive to e-mails or texts from work than to what's going on in the story.
Form now on, the time you manage to find should be quality time, where you can lose yourself and pay full attention to your loved ones in a nice environment.
You complain about not earning as much money as you'd like, because we should always hope for nothing but the best, right?
Your actions, on the other hand, don't show that you're doing everything you can to make work beneficial.
You need to work to make your day more productive, because that way you'll enjoy the pleasures of days off, a raise, or a productivity extra wage.
Look at your numbers closely, because there's an account which you think is well full, but there's an unexpected bill coming up and that will make you lose almost everything.
Your mind can't do much more. You're a bit absent-minded and need to log off.
Something you could do is go to an open space and look into the horizon, letting your imagination roam free with things as silly as giving shapes to clouds.
How long has it been since you did something this silly?