This is a leap year. Leap years come around every four years to keep our calendar more or less harnessed to the sun in its travels. February, being the shortest month on the calendar, gets the advantage of leap year with the addition of an extra day. Tomorrow is that day—February 29.
I often hear people say they don’t have time. That there aren’t enough hours in a day or days in a week or weeks in a month…and so on, to do something they want to do.
Well, if you’re one of those people, you’re in luck.
Tomorrow is an extra day. A day added to your calendar to give you 24 free hours to do whatever it is you haven’t had time for. A whole day. An entire day tailor made for reading that book. Or writing that story. Or that poem. Or whatever has been nagging at you, but which somehow always falls victim to the lack of time.
The time is now. Get ready to get up in the morning and get it done.
get it started, and don’t worry if you don’t get it done. There’s another
tomorrow, another 24 hours, waiting. The truth is, you’ve got all the time
there is. And you won’t be getting any more of it—at least until the next leap
year, in 2028. Don’t wait.