Definition of a lazy person’s load: carrying too much at once to avoid the second trip.
I heard this phrase from a former coworker, Susan, I think she attributed it to her mom. Wise woman. Years later, I still repeat it to myself as a caution. I notice I often try to “lazy load” stacking and carrying too many things at once. A teetering pile of stuff might, now and then, make it to its destination, but, more often than not, I will drop something and then need more time to rearrange, fix, whatever, to make up for trying to overload.