So I am going to play devil's advocate here, because I strongly believe in both sides of the coin.
Yes, you have all the time in the world to create, to write, to get back to it, to do it, and it's true that you should never rush your art. Because writing doesn't necessarily work that way. You need to feel inspired and motivated, and while much of the time, you can get into that particular zone just by simply writing, writing anything, if you try to force it, you might mess it up. But that doesn't mean you should be sitting around waiting for inspiration or your muse to strike.
Because on the other hand, if you're not doing something--anything--you won't finish. And you have to finish, regardless of when--if not for anything else, at least for yourself. And you will finish, you just need to believe in yourself that much. In the end, only you can push you to do what you have to do.
Life may not get easier, in fact, it might become more complicated (as I've realized), and we're always going to be searching for time to do things.
This isn't a race or a competition, just make certain you have no regrets and you're happy with where you are. There's always time to get there, but you have to keep moving forward and towards your goal.
Do you ever have these moments? Do you ever feel like you're running out of time or that you won't finish what you've started?
I hope everyone has a wonderful weekend :)