Wow, how did most of the week pass me by and I didn’t manage to post any sort of follow-up to the Great Champagne-Saber Incident of 2009? What’s up, mad time management skillz?
Lately I’ve been expending a lot of mental energy gearing up for some busy times ahead. We’re down to just over a month until the conference I’ve been planning for work, which means some charming anxiety dreams (nothing is set up, no one shows up, presenters bail out – good times) and a lot of moments during dinner when I suddenly freak out and start worrying about how we’re going to fit all of the exhibitor tables into the hall. BUT! It’s not all work-and-no-play around here! Oh NO! My weekends (and even some weeknights) are filled with visitors and parties and trips and all kinds of awesomeness.
Dude, I am exhausted.
At the risk of sounding ungrateful (and like a pussy) I am not sure I how I am going to keep up with the pace over the next few months. (All of you parents out there can feel free to tell me how easy I have it and to just wait until I have kids and have to do everything with a kid strapped to me. I am fully aware that I sound ridiculous.) I consider myself to be a decent multi-tasker and pretty good with the time management (aside from, uh, that whole failing to live up to my post-every-day-thing) and yet I am worried that I am going to drop the ball at some point and let someone down. Or miss out on the fun.
Any advice from those of you who kick ass at doing it all? I am open to suggestions. Except for meth, even though being so close to Oroville would make it pretty convenient.