Idiom: ”I have a lot on my plate right now”

”I have a lot on my plate right now.”

This means that you have a lot of commitments and may be feeling overwhelmed with responsibilities.

EXAMPLE:
STEVE: Are you going to the football game with us next weekend, John?
JOHN: No, I have a lot on my plate right now. My new job is demanding a lot of overtime work. My wife is out of town on a business trip and I’m taking care of the kids. Sorry, I’m pretty busy right now, so I won’t be going to the game with you.

Take care everyone 🙂   Cindy

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