It may mean planning - imagine that! You might choose to get your space ready the night before so when you get to it everything is ready. It might mean getting up earlier. It might mean giving yourself permission to do something you know you REALLY want to do!
The first few times might be lackluster or maybe something wonderful will happen but you won't know until you try. We subscribe to YouTube channels, videos, self-help books, diet websites but the one thing they can't give you is self-discipline. You have to develop that yourself.
What are the things you think about at the end of the day that you wanted to do but did not find time to get done? What if you thought about how much time - if you had the time - you could dedicate to those activities - just for you? Add it up. Get your alarm clock and set it so that you wake up with enough time to do those very things and do them first. Just for you.
Have your clothes set out ready to jump into. Your brushes, water bucket and paper are there ready to go in your art space or space you use for art. It will take a few minutes to warm up so get your paper set, make sure you have your drawing (that you thought about the night before - maybe went to sleep thinking about). Put out that fresh paint all shiny and full of delicious pigment. Now paint. Keep the paintings the same size every day for 30 days. At the end of those days look back at #1 and then at #30. What have you learned? What has changed? What mistakes do you continue to make? Identifying your problem areas allow you to look for the and identify the book or video or class that will help you change or strengthen that area. The paint is calling.