If you make it this far you either:
A. Don't have a life outside your job
B. Have learned to set boundaries and let the rest go
I don't panic when the district or the state changes this or that, fails to fund or support their expectations, makes contradictory demands.
I put in X amount of time on my job. I have learned over the years to use that time pretty efficiently. However, when the district increases a time demand in one spot, I remove something else. X does not increase.
That may sound callous but it isn't. It is reasonable.
I know there are teachers who can't accept that... and they pile on the time. They spend themselves to make it all work.
They also tend to leave the profession inside of 10 years or sidestep to another spot in education that does not require them to be in a classroom full-time.
If you truly enjoy the classroom and want to continue being a happy human, you have to learn to let some things go.