I got 8 hours of sleep last night, and I am always happy to get such a good amount of sleep. As I think about budgeting my time more for sleep, exercise, and food preparation, I am starting to get worried about time. As I increase time spent in these areas, this means decreasing time spent in other areas. I don't know if it'll get to the point where I'm scheduling out every minute of every day, but it might be helpful for a while, until I get into a routine. It'll at least coming down to declaring 10 things I want to do every single day, and doing things outside of those 10 will have to wait. (10 is an arbitrary number).
For example -
With 24 Hours:
Sleep - 8 Hours
Morning Prep/Routine/Go to Work - 1 Hour
Work - 8 Hours
Gym/Exercise - 1 Hour
Evening Chores - 1 Hour
Dinner - 0.5 Hours
This right here adds up to 19.5 Hours, and I'm leaving plenty of time out. There's also a lot of filler/wait time in life, and doing things doesn't always take up an even amount of "hours".
Getting more sleep is absolutely necessary to my health, so this'll mean I'll have to be more efficient at other things that take up time, or cut them out.