re: You don’t need to quit your job to make VIEW POST

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After reading this and then the comments, I feel like some people are taking this at face value as if Steph is suggesting this is how it has to be for everyone in order for it to work for everyone. Just because Steph prioritizes certain activities in certain tiers with certain hours doesn't meant that schedule will work for everyone. But it's an example that prioritization is key. Do you have a goal and truly only 1 free hour per day? Use that hour to work toward your goal. Prioritize it. I have a chronic illness and have to prioritize rest in tandem with my work schedule. But I still manage to study for at least 30 minutes per day. On average I study 8-10 hours per week because I commit more time on my days off and on my "good days". The point is to do what works with the time you have and make it a priority.

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