Run off my feet - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
be run off (one's) feet (redirected from run off my feet)
be run off (one's) feet
To be exceptionally busy, especially to an exhausting or exasperating degree; to be made to work very hard and very quickly. We have three parties of 40 scheduled for the dining room this evening, so all of our floor staff are going to be run off their feet. With three young kids, it's hard to remember a time when I wasn't run off my feet.
be run off your feet
If you are run off your feet, you are very busy. The poor girl was run off her feet with five children.
be run off your feet be kept extremely busy. informal
be/get ˌrun/ˌrushed off your ˈfeet be very busy: In the last few days before the holidays, the sales assistants were rushed off their feet.
References in periodicals archive
I raise their aspirations in a practical way by running construction club at lunchtime and after school and I am pleased to be run off my feet
as the girls are so enthusiastic.
Before I got this I was hard-working and run off my feet
with children and grandchildren.
For the first time I enjoyed being run off my feet
I enjoy the work and I love my family, yet I am so run off my feet
I'm not sure whether I am coming or going.
Business was slow to begin with but soon word of mouth meant I was run off my feet