You mean where X is everything?! Because that's how it's happening at the moment. I'm trying to cram SO MUCH IN that when I get home I collapse into a pile, and wake up the next morning wearing the same clothes. It's gross. Me and exhaustion are not friends.
Right now I'm doing the best I can to make time for me. To make time to enjoy what time I have left in New Zealand, enjoy the sun and take a few moments to just breathe. I prioritise my family + friends over everything else. It's only just starting to kick in how much I'm leaving behind, and I will sorely miss some of the amazing people I have in my life.
There is work work, which is piling up now that they know I'm leaving, so I find that I'm working an hour or two more every day than I used to. There's the Giant List of Things that need to be taken care of before I leave. Big scary things that I tend to ignore, and then freak out and scramble to get sorted. There's trying to get a whole bunch of stuff on The List done, and then the videos which I haven't yet created for the footage of things that I've already DONE on The List. I'll get there, I promise. And then there's Sinter stuff + design work, which I'm struggling to keep up with. I've said no to future clients, and I find that when I do have time to do what design-y things I have left, I've already collapsed into a pile and am asleep before my brain has time to say anything about it.
If someone could just invent something to pause time for a bit so I could get everything done at my own pace, and still have time to sleep? That would be awesome. Let me know if you have one of those, okay?