I value quality time with others.
It's only Saturday, and I've already had quality time with several close friends.
From kitchen conversations to walks in the park, I've had the chance to check in with people I care about.
I realize I don't do this often enough. Unfortunately, it's far-too-easy to get stuck in our own little worlds and forget that our friends and family members have problems, too.
Whether you agree or not, there is a certain expectation you put in place when you call someone a "friend." It doesn't mean you're available 24/7 to talk whenever they need it, but it does mean that you care about their hopes, dreams, fears, goals, and ambitions.
These are things we all have but don't often get the chance to share.
Instead of waiting for your turn to talk, try giving someone you care about the chance to voice what matters to them.
Sometimes listening is the easiest way to turn regular time into quality time.