Yes, good question. I'm single at the moment and I'm worrying how I will have time for tea once I'm in a relationship again
But seriously, I basically got two kinds of tea settings: standard quality teas and teaware which I use throughout the week, teas that are neither too expensive nor too special or complex to be drunk without full attention. For example, I come home from the University, take a couple of minutes do prepare a tea of an affordable Oolong or Pu, and while studying i regularly do breaks when my concentration starts to fade and drink another infusion.
And then I got the special setup, with some expensive teas during holidays or usually on Sunday morning, i take a couple of hours just to drink that tea.
But, most importantly: The best way is to convert friends and people who visit me to tea
That works really great.. once I bring out the tea table and the tiny cups and everything, most people are amazed. So I don't drink much coffee anymore with my visitors, because qute a few of them are now happy once i bring out one of "these specials teas you got there". This works especially well with good quality roasted Oolongs... most people enjoy these, and they like watching me prepare them.. fortunately they don't know how much more skillful that can be done
Thats the best way! To share a tea with company I like totally puts the whole experience on a new level.