I’ve never had a favorite movie. My friends all thought I was crazy that I never watched television or movies, but there were so many things I wanted to do. Television and movies only got in the way of my life. I tightly scheduled myself time when I got home from work so I could make sure I got everything done that I wanted to get down. I practically scheduled myself down to the second, another thing my friends thought was crazy. While they all had planners and used them on a fairly regular basis, but they weren’t nearly as detailed as mine. And I know for a fact they added fake appointments to their calendars so they could appear to be busier than they were. My friends tried to participate in book clubs based solely on the fact they watched a movie based loosely on what the book was about.
If they had a planner like mine, I knew they could read books, watch television, do their chores and still be in bed by ten every night. Instead they were sleep deprived and over caffeinated, but never made any changes in their lives. The worst time of my planning life was the weekend I was home and realized that I had left my planner on my desk at the office. At first, I almost didn’t know what to do with myself. I cried, I hyperventilated, I broke down. And then I went for the first walk of my life.