New tasks steadily pop up into daily life in an infinite loop. While they impatiently wait for their turn, the list they are standing on proceeds to grow continuously.
Often, this exerts pressure. For some, this endeavors tempting to perform as much as possible in the least amount of time. Others react to these excessive demands by getting into freeze mode.
But regardless of the chosen reaction, this list does not intend ever to be empty. For this reason, decreasing the significance of the pace at which the assigned tasks trigger might reduce the pressure.
And sometimes, if luck is on one’s side, such a slow pace will cause some tasks to solve themselves before one even starts working on it.