When your mind and heart are truly open abundance will flow to you effortlessly and easily.
I have consciously chosen a path that requires great time commitments over the next two years. With two small children and a marriage as my priorities as well as my career path, there is very little, if any time left for meditation or exercise, without sacrificing more sleep, which I am at what I consider my minimum limit. If I do have a few minutes here and there, should I spend that time exercising or meditating?
Even if you can squeeze in 10 minutes of meditation once or twice a day, that will make a big difference. Some meditation is better than no meditation. And because of the rest and rejuvenation you get from meditation, you may find that you are a little more organized during the day and will save a few extra minutes here and there. Meditation can also improve the quality of your sleep so you could experience that you may even need less sleep at night.