Planning in advance vs spontaneous activities

Posted by: alisrowe, February 28, 2018

It has come to my attention that although I generally say that I like to plan things in advance and know all the details about situations before I agree to them, in practice, this is not always the ideal way for me to do things. There is a big problem with planning in advance and agreeing to things ahead of time, and that problem is, that it allows anxiety to accumulate and often means that I end up panicking and cancelling. Let’s have a look at this in more detail and consider in which sort of situations planning in advance might be helpful vs when it might not be.

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