It doesn't sound intuitive, does it?
You need more time. And here I am suggesting you add something else that requires more time to your to-do list.
What's the catch?
If you are not at all familiar with meditation, there might be a catch, actually, just because you need to get familiar if this is going to work.
But it won't require much of your time if you can quickly wrap your mind around this concept:
Meditation = mental focus.
Anything you concentrate on you might as well be meditating on....or actually, whatever you concentrate on you are meditating on.
Here is an example. Let's say you are reading this blog post in the morning and you haven't had your first cup of coffee yet.
So you keep trying to concentrate on the words in the article. Every other sentence, though, your brain scampers back over to the corner where your K-cups are stored and suggests "coffee?" You refocus your mind on the words. "Coffee?" Refocus. "What about now? Coffee, perhaps?"
Finally you give up and go get some coffee already.
This is meditation.
As an aside, this is also why I personally find it impossible to multitask. For me, anyway, multi-tasking takes way more time than simply focusing intently on one thing at a time and doing that one thing, and then doing the next thing, and then so forth and so on.
That way I get all my energy to do each thing in turn. I'm not fighting with my brain for what to place our attention on.
So now that you fully understand the concept of meditation, how can you use it to make more time for yourself?