1. Stop saying "I am so busy" break the habit of saying this. Take a breath and ask yourself if your really need to take on this task or project. Ask yourself if it is necessary for you to take this on. Kindly and firmly say "no" without excuse.
2. Stop wearing a watch. I did this in 2002 as I was training for a marathon. I found myself always checking in and focusing on my time. I about had an anxiety attack, I was more focused on the time instead of the training. When you don't wear a watch you become more thoughtful, you breath and you connect more with what you are involved in. There is a reconnect to you own body and your needs.
3.Laugh, play and have fun. Include more fun into your daily life. This improves your health. Play is also an important source of relaxation and stimulation. When relieving stress, your brain function and creativity improve. Your relationships improve. George Bernard Shaw..."we don't stop playing because we grow old, we grow old because we stop playing"