I do have enough will and energy, but not enough time (or, of course, money). Income must be increased and amounts of time free must be as well. Two time consuming projects will be finished by the end of this week and that will be good, and one time consuming assignment will be over at the end of this academic year.
Meanwhile, additional time must be saved. I am efficient already so I am not sure how, and believe it or not I need to increase, not decrease time spent on teaching. That is, certain kinds of time, in any case.
I am not sure how to save any more time but it is my intention to find a way. Meanwhile I declare I have verified, we have too much to do and it is not a simple question of not knowing how to manage time or tasks. If you have a professor who has not done something that ought to be done, it is that they have too much work; it may be that the one who assigns the work assumes they have assistants. I do notice that the professors in the well paid departments have assistants.
Meanwhile, I have met a colleague who does not understand common Latin abbreviations such as: cf., e.g., et al., i.e., inter al., and n.b. How common is this nowadays? I had never met someone like this before, at least not someone educated in the Western world. Am I behind the times?