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“The Best Plan Ever”

I plan everything I do. Every single step of my day is carefully crafted to the smallest detail. I have no time for mistakes or mismanagement of my time.

After my careful “basic” planning I sit down and map out more detailed plans. I spend most of my thinking time planning how to plan better to become more productive.

I’m the queen of planning. In a way, I plan to plan.

According to my strategic life plan, every minute of my life should be planned. When I have no plan, my anxious nature takes over, and I end up having anxiety attacks. I start shaking on the inside, am unable to move, my body aches and the fear is so painful that I want to jump out of my skin just to stop this feeling for a sec. or two.

If I’m going, being honest with you none of my plans has ever entirely worked the way I had planned.

Moreover, it seems that now I can’t even plan a day without some unexpected shit coming up that ruins my plans.

What do I have to do to stop planning while allowing the trust to take over my life instead of constant unbearable fear? Is there an answer to this question?


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Magda Olchawska is an award-winning independent filmmaker, writer and screenwriter. She writes not only about making films and writing but also about financially independent and sustainable lifestyle. Her current projects include Ecotopia Universe and School Runs.

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