I believe that most of the time people confuse time with feeling at peace. When they say "I don't have time for that right now" they are really saying "I don't feel calm enough to focus on that right now". If you go around in a state of being frazzled you will never have 'time' to do anything. Then you will feel more frazzled because you are not getting anything done. You will find yourself in a deadly loop of needing time but having no time. The biggest thing in "finding time for things" is to learn how to 'have grace under fire' as they used to say. This ability to keep a cool head comes more easily for some than for others, but it can be learned. You can set up situations in which you have some minor distractions that are not enough to keep you from doing what you have assigned for yourself. Then up the level of distractions and see if you can still learn to focus. This can do wonders for your ability. I have heard that Japanese business students have to endure being shouted at by their teachers so they will learn to be calm when negotiating business deals in the world of cut throat business. It seems to work for them.
Two other things can also help you use your emotional reactions to things in order to be more productive. (1) Set priorities. When you feel that what you are doing is important you feel validated and that helps you stay on task and get things done. In other words, use time wisely. (2) Break things down, find the parts of each task. When you do this you are able to tell yourself you are wise and productive. You are refusing to be overwhelmed and you are still getting things done. I want to point out another facet of the "I don't have time for that right now" statement. Sometimes a person is really saying "I think that is hogwash and I have no intention of being stupid enough to even consider it". Perhaps you need to question yourself when you say you don't have time for something. Perhaps it is actually something you should not try to have time for. Something you should not even waste time on considering.I say to all wise magicians. Reach out to find the time you really want and it just might be there for you. May the spark be with you.