So here's an exercise for you: keep track of your time for 2 hours in the middle of your day. Each time you do something, put it on a list (use abbreviations - we don't want this to become one of the major distractions of your day). Don't change anything you would normally do - just write it down. Be aware of how you're spending your time.
Now take that 2-hour period and multiply each of those things by 8 (we'll go ahead and assume you get approximately 8 hours sleep, because you're being conscious of the whole "rest as holy time" we've been discussing). Subtract out the time where you actually stayed on task. How much of your time might have been better spent?
The question SSJE asks us is what daily practices spark joy in your life? Do you give yourself the opportunity to actually enjoy them, or are you stealing time away from some other task, to clandestinely indulge, with a bit of a guilty feeling at the same time? (If I sound like I know what I'm talking about, I do. I'm a champion time waster.)
This is not to say that you shouldn't have some "down time" to socialize, catch up with the world, your kids, your spouse - that's part of the "play" in this series from SSJE. The purpose here is to be aware, and to purposefully choose how you're going to spend your time. Live life on purpose!