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Finding Time to Do Everything

 Hey, I am currently super busy!! Before I start, I'll lay out what my week tends to be:
Monday: Double/triple up on schoolwork. Once a month is nursing home music night (which I can't miss, considering I'm the pianist)
Tuesday: Currently I'm going to my aunt's. Soon will be Piano & Choir (if I go, which I am leaning more towards not going)
Wednesday: Work in the morning, Omnibus in the afternoon, Skating at 3pm, and will be home only for supper
Thursday: I go to my aunt's all day.
Friday: School (double/triple up as needed), Youth in evening.
Saturday: House cleaning
Sunday: Depending on which Sunday is: play piano for both services, nursing home services (I can't miss, I'm the pianist), go to my grandparents for lunch, have company over.

My problem I'm almost too busy for myself to do school.
How do you guys live with being super busy and having heavy schoolwork to do!?!?!?!?
I need advice!!!!!!!!!!

Please message me or comment what tends to work for you.
P.S. with the nursing home service/music night, that are highlights of my month!!!!!! and I can't quit now, consider i leave without them having any accompainment, 'cept a clarinet. 

Finding Time to Do Everything

 Hey, I am currently super busy!! Before I start, I'll lay out what my week tends to be:
Monday: Double/triple up on schoolwork. Once a month is nursing home music night (which I can't miss, considering I'm the pianist)
Tuesday: Currently I'm going to my aunt's. Soon will be Piano & Choir (if I go, which I am leaning more towards not going)
Wednesday: Work in the morning, Omnibus in the afternoon, Skating at 3pm, and will be home only for supper
Thursday: I go to my aunt's all day.
Friday: School (double/triple up as needed), Youth in evening.
Saturday: House cleaning
Sunday: Depending on which Sunday is: play piano for both services, nursing home services (I can't miss, I'm the pianist), go to my grandparents for lunch, have company over.

My problem I'm almost too busy for myself to do school.
How do you guys live with being super busy and having heavy schoolwork to do!?!?!?!?
I need advice!!!!!!!!!!

Please message me or comment what tends to work for you.
P.S. with the nursing home service/music night, that are highlights of my month!!!!!! and I can't quit now, consider i leave without them having any accompainment, 'cept a clarinet. 

Finding Time to Do Everything

Hey, I am currently super busy!! Before I start, I'll lay out what my week tends to be:
Monday: Double/triple up on schoolwork. Once a month is nursing home music night (which I can't miss, considering I'm the pianist)
Tuesday: Currently I'm going to my aunt's. Soon will be Piano & Choir (if I go, which I am leaning more towards not going)
Wednesday: Work in the morning, Omnibus in the afternoon, Skating at 3pm, and will be home only for supper
Thursday: I go to my aunt's all day.
Friday: School (double/triple up as needed), Youth in evening.
Saturday: House cleaning
Sunday: Depending on which Sunday is: play piano for both services, nursing home services (I can't miss, I'm the pianist), go to my grandparents for lunch, have company over.

My problem I'm almost too busy for myself to do school.
How do you guys live with being super busy and having heavy schoolwork to do!?!?!?!?
I need advice!!!!!!!!!!

Please message me or comment what tends to work for you.
P.S. with the nursing home service/music night, that are highlights of my month!!!!!! and I can't quit now, consider i leave without them having any accompainment, 'cept a clarinet.

Recommendation System?

People follow other people, fav others' works, so it is very easy (???) to dig up some correlation and recommend songs they ha ven't listened to but liked by people of similar taste.

For now it's quite hard for me to discover good original works of my favorite styles from new composers I haven't followed. It's all random depending on who is posting/spamming on my Dashboard at the time I check it.

how to kill a huge amount of time

Imagine you set a timer for a googol (10^100) seconds on your Alexa. You have no idea what you just did, because your Alexa won't let you cancel the timer. So you have to kill time until it goes off so you can say, 'Alexa, Off' and do the world a favor.
So boys, lets begin killing time.

Teleport to the sun. Take 1 step every, say...billion years. Lots of time to think about what you have just started. Assuming 1 step = 1 meter, then it would take 4,366,813,000 steps to complete the journey around the circumference of the sun. That's a way to complete your Fitbit goals. Then, with the amount of time it would take, it would take 4,366,813,000,000,000,000 YEARS to complete this first step. That would be 137,806,137,928,800,000,000,000,000 seconds.

Then teleport back to earth. Take 1 drop of water from the Earth's oceans. 1 drop = 0.05 milliliters. There are 20,000 drops in a liter, and a trillion liters in a cubic kilometer. There are 1.332 billion cubic kilometers of water on Earth. So there are 26,640,000,000,000,000,000,000,000‬ drops of water here. Every time you take a drop, repeat walking on the sun. This would take 3.671e+51‬ seconds total. 

Once you have drained the ocean, dump a grain a sand into space. After you dump a grain of sand, then repeat walking on the sun then draining the oceans. 1 trillion grains of sand are in a cubic meter. Earth is 1 trillion cubic kilometers. 1 cubic kilometer is 1 billion cubic meters. So Earth would take up 1.e+33 grains of sand. Repeat walking on the sun, then draining the ocean, then dumping grains of sand until you have made a new Earth. This would take 3.671e+84 seconds total.‬‬

who is chinadoll?

Some folks have wanted to know, "who is chinadoll?" These one or two folks are musescore members with an abundance of free time and curiosity about trivial issues that have nothing to do with music composition. That said (written), let us (me, this is confusing) be clear, they are very nice people and chinadoll is deeply touched (in the head, most likely) by their interest. So here goes.
  
Chinadoll has beautiful glossy golden brown hair, large soft eyes, a very quiet shy disposition along with an exceptionally sweet and gentle nature. Chinadoll loves loves fresh fruit (especially bananas) and vegetables. Yes, chinadoll is a Syrian Hamster with a bit of a talent for composing music. Late at night when everyone is asleep, chinadoll will tap out the notes on the home computer using her little paws. She loves attention and lots of gentle petting (especially if you give her a treat).