I don't really know how to do all of that well, other than to not stop moving. Well, you do need to stop. If you don't rest first (i.e. "sabbath") then you won't be able to "not stop" very well. By "not stop" I simply mean to be very efficient. If I'm going to be "on it" with Mason and "on it" with Holly, then I really need to make the most of my time with them. I need to be present and interactive in their presence.
I have found that a few really good smaller chunks of time with them in which I don't have my email up and my laptop open is much more effective than sustained time in which I am trying to multi-task with work and emails, etc.
So, in order to carve out some time for recreation and hobbies, you have to be very intentional and present with your loved ones while you are with them. Really, my wife and my kids trump my handicap (or, insert your hobby here) every single time.
I know it when this balance is out of whack ... I can feel it in my gut. I can feel it in Mason's increased neediness to be around me because I haven't been "present" lately. I can feel it when Holly has a need to spend some quality time (i.e. date, sit and chat time, etc). I try not to let it ever get to that point, but sometimes it does.
So, be intentional about things that matter most, make sure you are present, correct things when they are out of whack ... anything you would add to this list?