Chapter 4 examines how practitioners find time and make time to draw. The highly structured nature of time in a life-drawing class is contrasted with finding time to draw between other commitments at home. Since many artists engage in a daily drawing practice, this is discussed at length. Daily drawing fosters motivation through daily accomplishment, visible improvement of skills, and often accountability to others as well as to oneself. Artists typically set limits for media, size, and subject matter. Several examples are presented of successful subjects for daily drawing from my own and others’ practice. The chapter concludes with a reflection on drawing “fitness” likening daily drawing practice to the daily practice of musicians, dancers, and athletes, who hone skills through exercise and repetition over time.