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Not planning ahead

If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.

A lot of people wake up late on the weekend. They spend most of their time thinking about what to do, what to eat and where to go. You don’t have to plan every minute or every hour for your weekend. 

You can plan for 3 to 5 activities that you want to do during your weekend.

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