All it takes is a few minutes turn from one to another.

Chalking out the next day's plan before you go to sleep makes us feel as if we'll bring the world to its knees. We have the plan already, all it needs is execution.

But when the morning arrives, the alarm clock is out to snooze. We are back to catching up, rushing our things, only to come back and plan for another tomorrow.

It all seems futile, but I think it is better than waking up early one fine day and realising that we have no plan to carry out with all the extra hours in front of us.

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