Updated: May 1
If you need information about how to find time to write, there's a ton of advice online.
You have to get up early and write when you're fresh.
You have to write on the subway during your commute to work and back.
You have to do it like Famous Author Person and write four hours at a clip each day.
These are all fabulous ideas. And if one works for you, great! But if not, don't worry about it. There is no magical "best" way to do this. The only right approach is the one that works for you.
Honestly, if you really want to write, you'll find time - even if it's not much and happens to take place in the waiting room at the dentist. Creating a habit of writing every day is an excellent goal, but make it a habit you can sustain. Maybe your version of writing every day means writing only on weekends. Or writing for five minutes during your lunch break. Don't worry about whether you're doing it right based on someone else's standards.
Remember, this isn't an exercise in torturing yourself. You love writing! This is supposed to be fun!