I have a managerial accounting course this semester that I'm wrapping up, and I've already had some experience with setting budgets and stuff... Sounds like it is intentional for budgets to ALWAYS be under. Just my opinion (uneducated on your specific business Matt) I guess. Probably are just doing it to get the business in.
I'd wager that's relatively competitive to get the clients.
Anyway, what stresses me out...
-Professors who dump work on you without a care as to your other workloads.
-Professors who take their classes (which are requirements) seriously when in reality they don't apply to your major nor do they broaden you as an indivdual.
-Being on time... I'm terrible about simply WORRYING about being on time. If I'm running late it f's up everything for me, and can ruin an otherwise normal day.
-Exams/quizzes/graded work. In the waning days of the semester I'm getting dumped with work. Today I had a budgeting (cash and production) quiz for MA, and a hefty exam for the aforementioned BS course. Topping it off I am sick, and in my THIRD class I had today I had a review for the exam on the Tuesday following T-Giving (Financial course). I've also got one more exam before finals (In the MA course), my term paper due in the BS course, and my finals then to boot!
-My health... I'm not overly healthy, and neither is my family (mother/father) so I'm struggling with my own health as well as theirs. Things are levelling off for them but I'm to the point I need a break.
-My car... I've had a roof leak since the big hurricane hit this area and flooded things. I've needed to get that fixed but haven't had time. I also have yet to wash/wax my car since summer which is really bugging the hell out of me because it's the first good car I've owned and I'm hell bent on making it last the long-haul.
And that's just a general list of things I spend dwelling upon. Of course school stuff's weighing on me. It always has and always will. It's really terrible when I'm sick as a dog like I was today. I've picked up some kind of flu, just in time for the last 2 to 3 weeks of class. Yay.