~ Listening to the podcast Cortex, episode #24: Open Field In Every Direction ~
It's fascinating to me the idea of planning out a calendar that genuinely never stops– I can understand the appeal of having everything blocked out so that you know what you should be doing all the time...
But I doubt how much, over time, the return on investment would be for most people. This is one of the few times I'll favor Myke's more chaotic outlook on all of this: the "landscape" calendar sounds like a good idea, but I would not want to do the rest of this whatsoever.
To be fair I don't have nearly as much going on, I'm going to college, and I'm not a professional at this... so I really don't have a lot of room to talk, but still.
Calendars are chaotic and infinitely changeable and craftable, and it's fun to try and organize your ideal life. So maybe that's the appeal then :)
Changes by David Bowie is a really good song