//Something that happened since I moved to Stockholm is that, just as the question suggests, I have things to do all the time. Whether it's job related, events, moving, meetings or working out, there's always something to be done and thought about.
It's a big change from having lived in Gothenburg because Stockholm is like many say a very stressful city. Here you have to do a career, work out, mingle and have a private life, all at the same time. I do not know if it's so admirable that somebody gets so much done in one day that they can not sit down and breathe for two minutes. To have lunch in front of the computer while working to make time more efficient. For example, I'll be as soon as I'm on the subway on my way somewhere responding to all the email that comes in, instead of putting away the phone and giving myself a moment to think clearly.
Often, the term "performance princess" is used - someone who wants to do, know and do with everything with strong driving force. Someone who strives for perfection without room for failures.
Since women have the ability to do several things at the same time, they are all too often taken to extreme levels that almost go to the burden of limitation. For example, I who have two jobs always have something I have to do whether it's regarding my job at Elly Pistol or anything that has to do with my blog. Knowing the performance anxiety of giving 100% in both makes my head difficult to think clearly in neither. When you have so many unsorted thoughts in your head, it becomes a single big stress cluster that starts early in the morning and leaves only late in the evening.
So my definitive answer to your question is that no, the truth is that I can not have this much on my schedule at all times. I would have liked to have half as much to do, but then I feel that I'm underperforming.
An unhealthy behavior actually that I would suggest everyone to avoid ....