I just finished a book by one of my favorite authors, and fellow Pittsburgher, David McCullough. It was about some of the pioneers who left New England to start settling western lands of the US, in this case specifically along the Ohio River. It's an excellent book, aptly titled, The Pioneers, if you're interested.
A quote from one of the settlers really stood out to me:
Count the day lost at which the setting sun sees at its close no worthy action done.
I was quickly reminded that it's waaaay too easy these days to waste our short time on frivolity, and if want to do something - in my case be the best drummer I can be - then we should get our heads down and get on with it. I'll be remember this one on days where I'm tempted to not practice, or I find myself wasting perfectly good time on social media.