Can you relate?
Below is an exercise I encourage you to try. It will help you visualize the areas of your life that may need more attention.
Exercise: Is Your Wheel Balanced?
1). Draw a circle.
2). Divide it into six pieces of pie.
3). Label one piece spirituality, another exercise, another play, and so on with work, friends, and romance/adventure.
4). Place a dot in each slice at the degree to which you are fulfilled in that area (outer rim indicates great; inner circle, not so great).
5). Connect the dots.
This will show you where you are lopsided. You will notice there are areas of your life that feel impoverished and on which you spend little or no time.
If your exercise life is minimal, try going for a brisk 10-minute walk after dinner. If your spiritual life is minimal, listening to five minutes of drum music can put you back in touch with your spiritual core. For others, it may be a trip to a greenhouse. The point is that even the slightest attention to your impoverished areas can nurture them. 
Much like tires on a vehicle, it is important to make sure our lives are balanced. If one area becomes too worn from excessive friction (or attention) it begins to cause poor performance and a bumpy ride. This is our warning sign. If we ignore the warning signs and continue to drive forward, eventually the worn areas will become bare and the tire will explode!
What is one weak area you found in your wheel? What can you do today for 10 minutes to replenish this area?
1. The Artist’s Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity [10th Anniversary Edition]. 2002.