We all have some kind of hectic activity in our lives. Whether it’s getting the kids ready for school, setting up meetings for the day, trying to beat that rush hour traffic, or even something as simple as who you will be going to lunch with seems to turn into a barrage of e-mails and text messages from friends and co-workers. During this same day, you take time to think about what you have to do to get out of work as early as you can. Before that thought even soaks in, someone is calling you to a meeting or the next patient has arrived. Time is going so slow, but the work takes no breaks. You take yet another look at that clock and notice the day is nearly over. Time to start packing things up for the drive home. You need to pick up the kids, pick up dinner, then here comes that traffic that you already went nine rounds with this morning. It wants a re-match and is primed to knock you back and have you throw in the towel. You push along however. Finally, home! Now it’s time to get settled, cook dinner, supervise homework, and off again to the kid’s activities. Multiple stops and different pick-up times have you checking that watch like a sniper in the tower. With the roads clear now, you head back home now for an evening of relaxation. The dog jumps you as soon as you walk in and needs to be walked, but the kids are up in their cells already. So you decide that it’s your time and you ask your wife to take the dog out. Time for some ‘ME Time’. You get that bottle of wine, pour a glass, put on your favorite music, and fade off as your thoughts are taken over by the events of the past day.