When you make the decision to start new habits and activities, you will invariably need to say "NO" to make space and time for these new activities.
Many of us feel very uncomfortable saying "No" to a reasonable request. Perhaps we don't like the discomfort, don't want to reject a person, or feel compelled to justify our no. When you say "no" to a request, it's not about the other person, it's not about accepting or rejecting them. Your "no" is about your choices and your values.
To say "yes" to what matters to you, you must say "No" to what (by default) matters less to you.
What do you need to say no to today?