How to plan well

Today there are so many things to do that most of us are running just to keep up. So many obligations and so many things we want to do. There’s just never enough time.

Minimalism and Stoicism has the answers apparently. But it’s hard to find the time to get around to them.

This way to live our lives isn’t working. Not really. We’re constantly breaking plans and coming up late on deadlines. The truth is that we can’t do it all. We can do anything, but not everything.

It’s time to apply that knowledge to planning:

Don’t plan more than you have the energy for on your worst day. Stop trying to make it your best day.

Is it that easy? I think it may be. I’ve added it to my set of life strategies, and will try it out for 6 months.

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