There’s no such thing as making up lost time because we don’t lose time, we spend it.
Just because we spent in poorly, it doesn’t mean it wasn’t ours to spend.
Making up lost time is just scrambling to get done what you didn’t get done when you were supposed to.
Struggling through an all nighter to meet a deadline or pushing your body to the limit to squeeze out one last burst of speed at the end of a race are not signs of strength.
There’s no heroism there. It’s just poor management.
Live the present moment as fully prepared for the next as you can.
Time lost is irrelevant. Focus on siezing the time still ahead of you.