Drowning in deadlines

The only way to truly know if you want to do something or not is to do it. Without actual experience, any opinion on the matter is moot.

Right now I’m drowning in deadlines, there’s so many things I have to do over the next few days. Deadlines are good because they keep you on task, but when they all come at once it can be pretty overwhelming to say they least!

Either way, you can think of all these deadlines as an exercise in priorities, a way to really consider what you really want to do. Only having done things can you truly know if it’s worthwhile doing them in the future.

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