How to Skillfully Manage Time and Keep Your Fourth Quarter Sane
As for the "Things that don't matter" part, they're best used for a good laugh at mankind's overall folly and/or the general pointlessness of a lifetime spent in ceaseless toil. Also, a chance to work on your spelling and penmanship, which is always nice!
3) There is No Third Item
That's it! Just work on the important stuff on your to-do list until you're done or it ends up not mattering. Every time you cross something off the list, take a second to savor the intoxicating feeling of spiritual revenge you're exacting against our cruel, spiteful universe. These will be your only joys for the next three or four months, but don't worry! If you're not able to sustain yourself off feelings of revenge alone (as all professional writers are trained to do), there is an additional bright side to your suffering and panicked toil: You will emerge as a boulder of combat-tested stone: unpitying toward what burns and able to crush your enemies with the weight of a few million years.
Hooray for learning to crush our enemies! Thanks for reading guys, and see you all next week!
MONDAY MIKE FACT: I thought I might be getting the flu, but it looks like the adrenaline from my busy Monday has stomped it out of my system. How's that for a surprise benefit of being insanely busy?