Starting to conceptualize time management as the art of balancing people's disappointment in me against each other.

Like, this week I am going to spend time on x which will make A happy, but I'm going to have to let y slip a little which is going to annoy B, but I'll make it up to them next week when I spend a bunch of time working on y. Also need to spend some time on z, which is just for me; but if I'm not happy, then I can't really make A, B, or C happy either.

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