One thing to keep in mind is you should organize everything in your life. I know it is hard at first but when it is all organized it becomes easier to keep everything flowing in your life.
When I started my art career I used to only work in my studio during the late night. That is no longer something I can do, so I had to really buckle down to work on my career and still have a family life. My living space is very limited where I live now and my art can spill over into my home life in a big way. So I started organizing my time more efficiently.
First I organized my family life by choosing to do all my housework in one day, things like laundry, mopping and any whole house cleaning are done on that day, as well as cooking the main dishes for the week which I freeze. That way my daily cooking is only the side dishes which is usually less than 30 minutes a day for for 2 meals. All meals are spent together as to have some family time everyday. Doing this makes the rest of the week minimal housework.
I choose one day a week to go out and shop for all the things I need, food, clothing, art supplies, etc...I make and organize a list and shop the stores that are farther and catch the other stores on the way back toward my home always hitting the grocery store last. I also carry a cooler when I shop in case I find something that needs to be refrigerated before I hit the grocery store.
Since I work the weekends away from home long hours it is imperative I have one day just to work on doing art. I organize that too. I choose one day a week and spend a little time on my web stores in the early morning because the internet is so slow later in the day. So anything I do online for my art is in the early morning. The rest of the day is spent taking photos, drawing, painting, generally doing some form of art or jewelry design. I always decide what I want to do on that day unless I have a project already in progress. Sometimes I do more than one art project at the same time.
I keep track of any sales, and do all my artist paperwork anytime I have a free minute, it only takes about 30 minutes at most since I do it regularly.
My family gets lots of my attention in the mix. We plan one day of something just for family. Sometimes it is as simple as watching movies on TV. Sometimes going out someplace.
In between what I have listed here I find time to talk to friends, work on my facebook everyday, get my husband ready for work, etc...
If you have children or a husband who will help, get them to help with housework or shopping. Take that time to do your art or work on your artist business stuff.
If you have a regular job then you have to add that to the mix and work around it. Only you know where you can organize your personal life. If you have space for a small studio, organize it so when you want to go work on your art you can with out a big hassle. A corner or even a closet can be a good space for doing art. That way you can leave an ongoing project up ready to work on when you have half an hour or so.
If you need help organizing and know me personally let me know, maybe I can help you get organized so you have more time for your art and art career.