President Uchtdorf then asked: “What are the nonessential things that clutter your days and steal your time? What are the habits you may have developed that do not serve a useful purpose? What are the unfinished or unstarted things that could add vigor, meaning, and joy to your life?"
The first thing that came to my mind was Sudoku. I think it is a good thing, keeps my brain working. BUT, does it take precedence over really important things, like studying the scriptures? Do I check my email too often? Could I squeeze out some time for the new Family Search program? Is that what it is called? Write in my journal? Write a personal history? hmmm.