Stop Trying to Have a Perfect Day

“Imagining a perfect day and actually striving for it has much of the same effect. It implies that the problem is your lack of control, the absence of order in your affairs, rather than your ability to function in multiple shifting states and environments.”

Trying to figure out what your perfect day looks like is more dangerous than it seems.

Matthew Sweet examines the tyranny of the perfect day and suggests trying to create the perfect circumstances for yourself can often create more problems and anxiety than it solves.

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