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Here's what has been helping me through those feelings. I've been participating in the 100 for 100 challenge which challenges the participants to write 100 words every day for 100 days (with a grace day each week). If you're interested in that, see my post here. It's such an easy goal to accomplish that keeps you at your work consistently and the real kicker is that you have to log your word count every week for everyone else to see (so you can't cheat!).
So my advice to you if you're having a hard time finding time is to set a small daily goal to accomplish and give yourself one grace day every week (but be sure to catch up and write double your goal another day). Don't worry that other people write x amount words a day, just worry about you. Only increase your small goal if you know you can do it. If you miss a day, well, kick that guilt to the curb and get back at it the next day.
Some days we will miss, but that's okay if we catch up. Getting over those guilty feelings can be hard, but it's necessary to keep moving forward with your story.
What I'm reading: Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
What I'm listening to: "All I Want Is You" by Barry Louis Polisar
What I'm watching: Hawaii 5-0