1. Do old people often change plans?
I feel like old people often try to stick to routine whenever their life allows them to. It brings comfort to their daily activities and allows them to plan accordingly if they need assistance in their daily tasks. Plus, it helps them feel as if less can go wrong when they are performing tasks that may be difficult for them.
2. Do young people like to change plans?
I feel as if young people change plans out of necessity, more often than not. For instance, sometimes we begin studying a major and then find out that there won’t be job prospects in the field. We must change our plans to suit the ever-changing world too. This can really have a great effect on our goals for the future.
3. What are the common reasons when people need to change plans?
Usually people change their plans because their circumstances change. For instance, if you decide to pig out at your favorite restaurant. However, when you arrive, you discover the queue to get in is around the block and it might take hours to get a seat. Obviously, you might consider eating somewhere else to suit time constraints and your hunger.
4. How would you tell your friends when you must change your plan?
Usually, when I have to change plans with my friends I quickly shoot them a text message. This seems to be the fastest and easiest way to get in touch with everyone at the same time. Most of my friends are constantly on their phone, so they get the message straight away and accept my rain check for another day.
5. What kinds of plans are practical?
There are lots of plans that are practical. For instance, you might plan out your education, career and family life. These tend to be the most popular long-term plans. However, it is also practical to plan out simple things like what you plan on doing during the day or how you will manage your time while working on a project.