make time for

make time for something

to allow time for something in particular On the flight back to Washington, the president made time for reporters' questions. I try to make time to run at least four times a week.
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It may seem silly that someone has to tell you to make time for yourself, but if you're feeling rundown and a bit out out of sorts, it may be more than tiredness.
When you have three kids in different schools, a husband who works all hours, a job of your own plus all the housework to do, it is easy to forget to make time for yourself.
It explores the reasons why these influential people make time for charity; how much time they give; and the benefits to themselves, the charity and their company.
But he and his wife, Cathy, Northridge residents, make time for movies, travel and evenings at their favorite restaurants.