That's one of the questions my son with autism asks me. Um, no, no we don't. But we DO try to look at how we spend our time, and hopefully not lie with a pie graph.
This has been a tough week because one of my sons was sick at home for 4 days AND my husband was away AND my other son still needed to get to all kinds of places. I missed a dentist appointment, a haircut, and a band concert.
A chance comment by Mary on someone else's blog made me think. Also, something someone posted in the Maida Dolls group made me look at the way I'm spending my time.
After thinking about this, I'm going to make the "time spent online" time decrease and the "time spent making art" increase. Other things in life have and are increasing - like case management for my child with autism and I haven't acknowledged that fully. I'm also trying to live more healthfully, and that takes time, too.
So art-making time has taken a hit, when really online time should be taking that hit. That needs to flip-flop.