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Plan some­thing spe­cial for tonight. It doesn’t mat­ter if it’s last minute. Call up a friend or a cou­ple of friends or a sig­nif­i­cant other or a cou­ple of peo­ple you can imag­ine one day be­com­ing your sig­nif­i­cant other.


It’s along road, this life, and it’s full of big ques­tions. But go ahead and try to work­out so­lu­tions to the im­me­di­ate prob­lems. Clean your room, or­ga­nize your of­fice, make sure your bills are in or­der and then go out at night.


There’ s no ques­tion that you take to re­spon­si­bil­ity like a fish takes to wa­ter. But some days—es­pe­cially lately—you’ve been feel­ing a lit­tle am­phibi­ous. That is, like you want to crawl out of the wa­ters of re­spon­si­bil­ity now and then.


Whether it's a prob­lem­atic per­sonal re­la­tion­ship or an in­ter­ac­tion with a dif­fi­cult work col­league, there isn’t a whole lot you can do about it. You’re in the mid­dle of the sit­u­a­tion, that’s for sure, but for now sit tight and watch how things de­velop.


You could spend the work­day in an ab­stract, philo­soph­i­cal mode that leads you to all kinds of in­ter­est­ing new so­lu­tions to old work prob­lems. You might no­tice that, an hour or so be­fore quit­ting time, you switch gears.


When’s the last time you read a re­ally good book, hmm? Why not email a few friends whose taste you trust and ask for a rec­om­men­da­tion or two. Or, bet­ter yet, pickup one of the clas­sics.


There’ s noth­ing quite like shar­ing but not do­ing, is there? So don’t de­scribe how you’d like to be a night­club crooner ora per­for­mance artist or a cor­po­rate ex­ec­u­tive who can hardly find enough com­pa­nies to raid—just do it!


If you stick to your guns, you’ll per­se­vere. An ob­sta­cle—the cor­rupt old west sher­iff who shows up at the sa­loon, with an ar­rest war­rant and a wicked‘ you know it’ s not le­gal, but I own this town’s grin—could set you back.


You might spend the morn­ing ac­cept­ing things as they are. Then you could spend your lunch hour imag­in­ing things as you would like them to be, and in the af­ter­noon, mak­ing things the way you want them to be.


You see things other peo­ple don’t. Prob­lems, so­lu­tions, sub­tle pat­terns, deeper mean­ings—it’s al­most like you have an ex­tra gift of sight. Do your best to com­mu­ni­cate what it is you see to the peo­ple who need to see it too.


Spend the day mak­ing plans. Big plans, lit­tle plans. Plans for the near fu­ture, plans for the dis­tant fu­ture, plans for tonight. Make plans to make plans if you want to. The plans you make now are bound to be suc­cess­ful.


Spend the morn­ing delv­ing into those deep, dark, po­ten­tially trea­sure-filled wa­ters of ‘why are we here’ and ‘how can I ful­fill my call­ing as a hu­man be­ing.’ In the late af­ter­noon, you switch gears.

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