September 13, 2002





Do you feel you have enough time?

No. (sorry, no time to explain).

Alias Irrelevante

I have enough time, but I am not using it wisely at this time.

Felicia, 36
Lowell, MA USA

As maintaining my health gets more complicated and time consuming, I'm more aware of passing days than I used to be. I'm less tolerant of spending my time on other people's folly.

Jill, 61
Saylorsburg, PA USA

Lately I do. However, there were times in my recent past when there weren't enough hours in the day.

Laura, 37
Lowell, MA USA

Some days I do, and some I dont!


I make time to stop and smell the roses. Cause if you don't, life has a way of passing you by. I figure my kids won't remember that the beds weren't always made or the kitchen counter tops leaned. But they will remember jumping in the car and going for a ride to the shore or park.

Janet, 44
E. Brunswick, NJ USA

Never. : ) Not enough time with my loved ones, and not enough time to get things done.

Karen, 22
Ames, IA USA

Some days not enough; other days way too much.

Fisch, 47
Preston, CT USA

Yes, but always using it wisely - no.

Ryan, 29
Morton, IL USA

Unfortunately, I usually have TOO much time. Except when I'm on vacation, of course.

Reba, 57
Gaithersburg, MD USA

I never have enough time. Even if I don't take phone calls and stay by myself it seems it takes longer to do something that I think will not take long. So I don't get done what I want to in a day. It is a endless battle.

Marci, 56
Diamond, OH USA

I have lots of time now. My life used to be much more hectic when I had four kids at home. It's kind of nice not to have to rush to get everything done.

Judy, 62
Easton, KS USA

Never enough time to sleep!

Melodi, 19
Gahanna, OH USA

I'm not sure. Sometimes I feel like I'm always busy, never a moment to spare. Other times I'm bored with nothing to do. I think it's cyclical. Sometimes I do, sometimes I don't.

Doug2, 29
Overland Park, KS USA

Ha ha! Well, actually, I say I have no time, but on occasion I have been known to be bored or say there's nothing to do. So I guess its not always true.

Cara, 18

Nope, never enough time. Things seem like they fly by and I just can't slow them down. I guess it's better than being alone and bored all the time, but life is just going by so FAST!!

Tracy, 24
Ocean City, NJ USA


Firelady, 24
Frisco, TX USA

no - full time university, part time work, and also making time to eat, sleep, and spend time with my partner ... there's no time for it all I tell you!

Alice, 21
Winchester UK

No, there is not enough time in a day for me. I rush all day and no longer have time to slow down and read or sit down to watch a movie. I just turn up the sound and move around the house.


For what? To do the things I want to do in a day, generally, yes. To do all the things I'd like to do in my lifetime? That would take several lifetimes.

Jane, 62
West Linn, OR USA

No, no, no, no, and no. I don't even have time to do this! I'm three days behind in work. I can't imagine getting all my homework done in time and get all the real life shit I have to deal with done too. SOOO STRESSED OUT! Why am I at college? I could have stayed home and watched TV all the time.

Cancer, 20

Hmm... time to do what I want? Sometimes. Time to sit back, relax, and really think about things? Not really... it becomes a problem after a while, because I start to ignore my feelings.

Jeremy, 14
Highlands Ranch, CO USA

no i never do

Brad, 21

no, I am back at work and all that goes with it. It is now the 24th of September and I'm answering questions from September 9th. Does that answer your question?

Karen, 22
Ames, IA USA

Good God no. Between taking a ton of credits this semester and assignments for those classes, I'm on the leadership team for one of the Christian fellowships at my campus. I also lead the praise band, so I've got two hour-and-a-half long weekly meetings for just the music part alone, not to
mention one-on-one meetings with my campus minister advisor guy, 1 1/2 to 2 hour long leadership meetings, outside of meeting work, fellowship meetings themselves, PLUS random time I spend in our chapel office just for the heck of it. Add to all THAT work as an officer for an honour society, choir, band, plus a load of internet sites I staff on... NO, I will NEVER have
enough time!

Hikaru, 19

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