If it matters to you, you will find time for it.
There have been many seminars done on time management, books authored on the basis of time management and with every lecture on this topic, time management keeps getting complicated to understand and execute. Simply put, time management is knowing what to do, allocating time to do it and doing it at that allocated time.
Time management is not a gift, talent or a science... It is simply attaching importance to a program and making sure it is executed in time. Time management does not mean you will never postpone,it means even if you postpone...you will find time to do it before it is too late. The following steps will help you manage time much better:
Set short term and long term goals; when you set your goals, you will know your priorities. When you know your priorities, you will attach importance to your activities and therefore attach the right importance and time to each activity.
Have a specific sleeping and wake-up time; setting what time you sleep and wake up will help you understand how many hours you have in a day, the hours you are not sleeping. If you sleep for eight hours, you know you have sixteen hours to execute your day's program.
Know how much time you spend on your primary activities; these primary activities are mostly activities you do before leaving for work or class, at lunch and after work. These include bathing, eating, cooking, exercise etc.
Allocating time for secondary activities; secondary activities unlike primary activities are subject to change. You have to ensure you attach priority to your secondary activities and do those of a higher priority first and go to the lowest.
Discipline; if it matters to you, you will find time for it. When you make a plan for the day, do not fall to the trap of procrastination. Every time you're tempted to procrastinate, ask yourself which which priority is of the utmost importance to you in meeting your short term and long term goals.
In conclusion, it comes down to you. Determine its importance, find time for it and do it. Overcome the temptation of procrastination.