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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of overschedule.

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Examples

  • I said yes to all these things months ago, and then you get to the beginning of December and you look at your calendar, and you suddenly realize you've completely overscheduled yourself and you're about to collapse.

    Butterfly in House of Glass

  • I also made soup and ate some, though it's not doing a lot for my feelings of crabby and overscheduled and much-beset.

    there will always be a faster gun

  • Well, it's no secret to anybody that I am overscheduled lass.

    fare you well, fare you well

  • To put it frankly, we're all overscheduled as sin.

    fare you well, fare you well

  • This gem from entrepreneur and author Mariela Dabbah, CEO of Latinos in College is a practical guide for overscheduled professionals who still want to make positive impact on a young person's life.

    Graciela Tiscareño-Sato: Balancing Heritage and Leadership: A Call to Action

  • Labor Day weekend on the East End tends to be relatively antisocial, as renters pack up their houses and children prepare to return to school, so the next few days will tell if the holiday becomes overscheduled with events like weekends in July and August.

    In East Hampton, a Short List of Parties

  • Many kids are so overscheduled that they have little chance for free play — or even using their imaginations, says Claire McCarthy, a pediatrician at Children's Hospital Boston.

    How to keep your family moving

  • The SRCD symposium will examine which children and adolescents become overscheduled, what happens at high levels of extracurricular involvement, and how factors such as school grades and aggression levels are affected.

    Are some kids overscheduled?

  • A Georgia mother, Lori Asbury, with 20 years experience in advertising, struggled for years as "an overscheduled mom with the challenge of providing healthy food" for her own two children.

    Angela Haines: The Mom Motivation

  • As kids become more networked, overscheduled and frazzled, the rare moments of deeply satisfying face to face connections becomes all the more poignant -- both at home, and with those who spend the most face to face time with our kids: teachers.

    Kari Henley: Inspirational Teachers Vital for Generation Net

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