Personal tasks that can be shared or completed by others might include: Carpooling for afterschool pick up, meeting a child at the bus stop, grocery shopping for basics each week, simple yard work (cut grass, snow shoveling), having a friend provide care giving for an ill family member for even three or four hours a week or an afternoon.
Professional tasks can sometimes be shared by partnering with another group or an individual doing similar work. Perhaps a smaller project could be passed on to someone else who is seeking more experience.
Asking for help is critical for speeding up the process of learning new things and building community with others. Asking for help invites advice from others and new perspectives. Learning and changing goes faster when you ask for help.
But- you only get help if you ask. It rarely comes to you by chance. And when you get help, treat people well. Allow for mistakes and the learning curve. When the load is lighter, you have a moment to regain your sanity, enjoy some personal space, or complete the tasks before you without losing yourself.
How long do you wait before you ask for help? Could you ask sooner?