St. Hedwig — Widow October 17

This saint was the wife of Henry, Duke of Poland, the mother of six children. She assisted at Mass every day, served the poor at table in person, and took care of the sick.

She hath looked well to the paths of her house, and hath not eaten her bread idle. Her children rose up and called her blessed; her husband praised her. — Epistle, Book of Wisdom 31

The Imitation of Christ
They shall gain great freedom of mind, who for Thy name enter upon the narrow way and relinquish all worldly care.
You notice this saint was a very busy housekeeper. She managed somehow to attend to her work, look after her six children, and still have time to attend Mass each morning and to wait on the poor and sick.
It is said one never knows how much one can do until one must. If you want badly enough to attend Mass each morning, or to receive the sacraments, often you will find a way to do so. Do you want to?
Where there’s a will, there’s a way.