I wouldn't call that "cheating," acetachyon... either that, or I'm a total fraud! I've been releasing two episodes a week to my friends since June 2008, and the story won't publicly launch until August.
As for the original point... the only way you're going to "find time" is to move some other stuff aside. Take a real hard look at how you spend your time. Is there stuff you could do more efficiently? Easy way to clear a couple hours. Is there stuff you're doing out of habit but don't really enjoy? Look, more time.
After that it starts getting tricky, because you'll need to prioritize. When you have more things to do than time to do them, something isn't getting done. And sometimes, you'll need to make your writing the priority.
I'm fortunate in that my wife and friends understand how important Midnight Cross is to me. When I'm sequestered downstairs with the laptop instead of on the couch with my wife, she's okay. My friends know that I'm not blowing them off, I just have something I need to do.
Funny thing about that, though. Since I became more aware of how I was spending my time, it also made me more determined to spend *quality* time with people. One really good night with my wife or friends has proven better than two or three so-so ones.
Point being... there's no magic formula to finding that 25h hour in a day. But if you take a real good look at your time budget, you can probably find enough fat to trim that writing fits right in.