The population is always so busy that they frequently talk about being unable to finish things or take a moment for themselves when in reality they don’t make time.  Often it’s an excuse as individuals really don’t want to make time.  They seem to like to whine and complain rather than take a few minutes and organize themselves or their day.  Possibly it is easier than sitting down and making a plan.  So many people today feel that they are owed absolutely everything and are justified to have the most expensive items and are really entitled.  Over worked individuals truly believe that but the regular everyday man or woman understand that work is necessary but that we can’t always get what we want.  They are the people who make time for their families, school events, activities and in general the enjoyable things in life that make us happy.  By giving time to each other, our family and friends and on occasion ourselves, we are less stressed and more relaxed.  Of course, during the holiday season people seem to be agitated if they can’t find the perfect gift, whine while they are waiting in lines, or complain because a shop has temporarily run out of an item.  I find if I say “Merry Christmas” or Happy Christmas” people stop and smile and appreciate it.  A lovely smile automatically appears on their faces.  The old make time for yourself is important.  Some people go to the gym, others watch a movie and some read a book.  In the Good Gus series there were events where the citizens made time for each other and it was a more relaxed era.  The series is always available on Kindle, and is continuing to sell out at the San Diego Marine Base.  When you decide to make time for yourself, a good book is an excellent choice.  “Misplaced Trust” can be found on 24 Symbols, Apple, Nook, Kindle, Kobo, Page Foundry, Scribd, Playster and Tolino.