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Are you the type who likes to plan everything meticulously or are you more spontaneous?

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I do a bit of both.
I love spontaneous events and I also love to plan for an event.

I think however, that I have more things planned than spontaneous as I find so many of my friends are busy and therefore spontaneous does not work often.
by Finy
I do a bit of both. I plan and do a lot if research, then do what looks like a good idea with all the information to hand.

I am definitely more of a planner but I like spontaneity
by AJ
Spontaneous, because you never know how you are feeling that day.

Planning is left at home, and fun on a whim when on a holiday. :)
I'm a bit of both, but mostly I like things to be planned.
Mostly planned but if I see something more interesting then I'm open to changing the schedule and giving room to spontaneity.
I think I am both. I like to plan meticulously but I do not shy from spontaneity either.
With kids we have to plan and go.
Now that my son is living his own life away from me,I can definitely be far more spontaneous, rather than the super planner I used to be!! Mind you,even when I was a full time mum,it couild be a real treat to do spontaneous things.I do not thin it is essential to plan every single thing in life,quite the opposite really!
That depends on where we're going and when. Love to be spontaneous but sometimes you have to plan.
Usually detailed planner but I love it when we just go out and explore unplanned...
I would like to be more spontaneous but my nature is to plan things - this is also partly as I still have a part time business and.... I generally like to keep busy so do quite a bit with friends - which has to be arranged as everyone
'has a life'
by Fran
I'm usually more spontaneous, but I also like to have a basic plan of what I want to achieve, whether it's a day out in the city, a holiday or anything else. Without any plans at all, life can easily get very aimless and disorganised. As with anything in lide, balance is best.
I like a bit of both but prefer spontaneity. Also could not be bothered planning for some things and so am very happy to just go with the flow.
by Vee
I like to plan things in advance for the most part, but there are occasions when I feel like spontaneity would be more appropriate because that's when I feel like the adventurous side of me is screaming to get out.
Always plan. That way, you're in control as much as possible.
When it comes to birth: very thorough planning covering many bases.

The actual birth is spontaneous and unfolds as it is unfolds. The plan (or map) allow my support to attend me accordingly. No matter what path the birth follows, it is still according to my plan.



I plan most things thoroughly. However on the weekends, we like to be spontaneous. We like to go out driving sometimes on a Sunday, and where we end up is really in the lap of the gods. Lets turn left here or go up this street. Where are we headed? It doesn't matter..... just be spontaneous. Often on the weekends we will wake up and decide to go visit friends as well or invite them to visit us. Sometimes we will go to the movies or go bushwalking...... however we feel on the day. So for us we plan as well as be spontaneous.
I'm definitely a planner. I think it comes from being in management my whole working life where planning tends to be pretty much mandatory.
However, holidays involve much more spontaneity.
I took my daughters back packing around Bali, Lombok & Gili Air, with a friend & her teenage son, Jan '95. We were away for 3 weeks. The only thing we planned was to go to Ubud, from the airport. The rest of the holiday was very spontaneous! We'd just turned up at the home-stays & asked if they had a spare room! It was 1 of my best holidays I've on, (Not counting the cruises!) On the 4 hour ferry trip from Bali to Lombok, 2 girls who were also travelling around, asked if they could join up with us. They spent the last week with us. We'd spend 1 or 2 nights here & then there. 1 place only had 3 rooms, so we all fitted in very nicely! For the whole trip, each room was $3 with a banana pancake breakfast. Super! In 4 weeks my husband & I are going to Bali for a wedding. He's been trying to book accommodation for about 5 nights now. We're still looking! Too many people have now found out about...surfing in Bali, which is making it rather hard to book into places now!
by Miro
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