Lots of choices
We have good friends visiting from New York , and there’s a lot of options of neat things to do. They don’t want to make the beautiful drive up to Truchas, via the Sanctuario with its holy healing dirt and the Rancho with its great frozen margaritas; they’ve done that before. They want to see a couple of the museums again, and to make a hike.
I need a schedule
All of this is fine, and I’m looking forward to it, but I need a schedule. My wife says we’ll wake up tomorrow and decide what to do, but I need a schedule. It’s not exactly anxiety, not exactly, but I just get lost and disorganized if I don’t know which day we’re going to do which museum and which day we’re going to take the hike.
Structure and ADD ADHD
In other words, I need a schedule. A schedule, of course, is part of structure. Without structure, I feel confused, disorganized, and floating around lost in space and time.
bonus link on schedule:
Do you recall that every time we make a choice we use up some of our willpower and emotional energy?