I see the point of the other answers. However, in the past few months and weeks I found myself to advocate a more inclusive stance on this site. I know that my position probably clashes with FAQ, but my view of this site is that it should provide useful advice, rather than well-phrased questions. Under useful advice I mean content which can be found by mere use of a search engine and providing valuable insights. Often questions are ill-phrased, but answers are valuable. IMHO, we are too quick to close/delete such questions.
Regarding the question in consideration, I voted for re-open because I find the answers to the question useful. Is the question subjective? Yes. Is it generalisable? Probably yes, but at the moment it is too localised. Will people who put a question similar to the one asked into a search engine find answers useful? Absolutely! Hence my re-open vote. Not because of the question, but because of JeffE's answer which is an extremely valuable piece of advice.
Let me illustrate what I mean. During my first postdoc I felt overwhelmed by whatever came on me. I complained to my former thesis adviser and asked him for advice. His response was laconic: Something is wrong with your time management. Then I started to look for advice around the Network, eventually finding this piece of text. In the core the question is the following:
if we want to be writers, how are we supposed to write if we’re working 17 hours a day?
Would such a question fly here on this site? Probably not. Does it contain a sound advice? Absolutely!
To conclude the story, I printed out on a A3 paper the acronym
F.F.O. and glued that above my desk. Worked very well for me and I am deeply convinced answers to the question in question would work for somebody else too.