Who else writes a daily to-do list? Such a lightbulb moment here when Suran said “my whole life has been to-do lists and I never get it done. And once I have done that I do another one and another one and that is your whole life. And at that point, you are going to be 80 and go: all I did was to-do lists and I never quite got there, and I was never satisfied."
Kat, from here at Careering, always says to friends “I wish it would be Sunday and there would be nothing to do, no housework, no meal prep, no studies or work and next week's meetings etc. are all prepared, how cool would that be? What would I do I such a situation?” But she now also realises that is never going to happen. Instead, she will make the time to do something else that she really wants to too. That is called ‘looking after yourself’, and goes hand in hand with Suran’s commonsense-but-we-need-reminding reminder “learning to put your phone away, letting go of the addiction and experiencing life".