Spend time with family? Which members of the family, specifically? What do you want to do with each one of them? Experience travel? Learn something new? Lay on a beach?
What else? Write it all down. It has to be possible to do in six months.
Now back to the daytimer. Slot into your time those important before I die things; you know, your bucket list. Avoid lumping family all together. If its time with a spouse, write that in to a specific time of a specific day. As a beginning entrepreneur, you likely wont have money to wine and dine, but you can walk and talk and coffee or tea. Without the dog. No multi-tasking. If its time with a child, pick a child, pick a time and do something that involves just the two of you. It should not involve a mall. It should involve an experience, whether its taking bread down to the waterfront or a nearby creek to feed the ducks. Time. To listen. To be.
So often, entrepreneurs believe theyre not successful unless they can afford the big blow-out vacation for everyone. But, actually, in the scheme of things, it may be taking the time to read to one another, to play a board game on family night, to lay on a nearby beach, to walk in a winters park.
Work hard. Play hard. Make both a priority. Open your daytimer. Its all in your power.