When it comes to how people will use their free time, many have no plan or strategy in place, and because of this, many people even feel that they have no free time at all; however, the honest truth is that most people have a lot more free time than they realize, and the reason they fail to realize this is because they do not organize their free time in such a way that they will be able to get the most out of it. In order to get the most out of your free time, the first thing you will need to do is separate your free time into the time you have for yourself and the time you have for others; by doing this, you will create two distinct categories for your free time, and these parameters will help you to employ your free time in a more effective manner. Once you have split your free time into these two distinct categories, you will want to make sure you are optimizing your "you" time by doing things that you truly enjoy; rather than simply sitting around and clicking through the channels on television or aimlessly browsing the web, find something that you derive pleasure from doing, and make an effort to engage in this activity during your free time. And when it comes to the free time you have for others, you should do what you can to make the most of these opportunities; many people get in the habit of simply "hanging out" and doing nothing at all with their friends and family, but while this is nice to do at times, the things you will remember most will be the memories you make together. When you start taking this approach with your free time - organizing it in terms of "you" time and "others" time, using your "you" time with something you enjoy, and making memories with others instead of just "hanging out" - you will soon find that you are more fulfilled in your free time, and that it will feel like you have a lot more free time to use as well!