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  1. How funny to schedule a no-plans day! That is a serious scheduler there, although I can see the need for it from time to time. Thanks for sharing!

    1. I’m a serious over-scheduler so having a no-plan day, even though it seems crazy to schedule ;), really does help me stay focused, find rest and just enjoy our family time together.

  2. I completely agree with leaving the planner behind – for exactly what you pointed out – it’s so much easier to honestly say, “I’ll have to check my planner and get back to you” with time to sleep on it and think it over I know when to say yes and when to say no.

    1. Yes that is so true. Sometimes I need to process the suggested plans to make sure they actually fit into our days and priorities before automatically saying yes because I feel like I should.

  3. I love these ideas! I’m definitely a planer but I love simplifying things too. Your idea for a no plans day is amazing!! I’m going to work on these 3 tips for sure. Thanks for sharing!

  4. I love the idea of scheduling a No Plans Day. I had never thought of that before, but it makes a lot of sense!

  5. A “no plans” day equals a “no driving” day here in suburbia. The closest shopping is 10 blocks away, too far to buy and carry back much. Plus, the less time spent shopping means less money spent; these end up being primarily “wants” rather than “needs.”

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