We all run into those times when we have so much to do, so many different things going on, that we have to adjust our normal patterns to get the things done. Before you get too excited it is beneficial to stop for a moment and get your bearings by putting things in perspective. After that, you can move forward by putting one foot in front of the other.
Much of our life is subjective and what we feel is important today may not be important a few months or years from now. Therefore, it is beneficial to evaluate what is truly important now and then prioritize that work. When you prioritize the work you will find that much of the lesser important things will not matter and they will put put in proper perspective and not clutter your mind.
Once you have your bearings then you can move toward figuring out how you will get those critical things done that are necessary. You may wish to combine projects, ask others for help, or pay someone to help you do some of the work. Putting together a plan that is efficient without wasted steps will help you save time.
Then you will want to put one foot in front of the other. Don't get bogged down in worry because the frustrating time will soon be over. Just move from necessary action to the next and by the end of the day, week, or month you will find out that you accomplish what you needed. Keeping your cool and taking a few extra moments to prioritize, plan and then act will make a big difference and save you aggravation.