The plan you suggest forces one to constantly reevaluate what’s important and why, I see the appeal here. You’d have to determine feasible criteria for prioritizing and for assessing what’s important to you, which brings perspective to the entire process. And I indeed agree 6 months are a foreseeable-future sorta thing, I hate that 5-years-interview-question with a vengeance, seeing as most people (myself included) have trouble deciding what they wanna do next Tuesday evening and change their plans for that 10 times in the span on 2 days.

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Secular thinker with an empathy compulsion. Anxiety-nerd. Certified Crazy Cat Lady.

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Alex Moody

Alex Moody

Secular thinker with an empathy compulsion. Anxiety-nerd. Certified Crazy Cat Lady.

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