You don’t have to do everything yourself. There may be tons to done but you don’t have to be a martyr or a hero and do it all. Ask for the support you need.
At work delegate a task to someone else. At home ask your family to get involved. It’s excellent to teach your children these skills anyway. You may have to let go of the need to control the situation because it might not turn out exactly as you had anticipated but you could find a lot of satisfaction, camaraderie and connection by letting others get involved.
Why do you choose to take on most (if not all) of the work? Could you be trying to please people? Do you think you are the only one who can do a proper job? Do you want to receive all the praise? Do you get too many arguments when you ask for help and so it’s just easier to get it done yourself? Is there more mess afterwards if others do it?
If you take on too much it becomes exhausting and stressful. Let go of high expectations, give good instructions and check how they are managing from time to time. The letting go will involve some trust. They may not do it exactly your way but it might come out perfectly well. In fact you could be pleasantly surprised.
If others don’t want to co-operate (for example your children) you may need to make it more fun. Turn the task into a game or a race.
If you do everything by yourself, you become depleted, tired and moody. It’s not pleasant for you or anyone around you. Do yourself a favour and give some of it up to someone else. Put your feet up a bit and relax (and don’t feel guilty about it) or just slow down somewhat.