I've read that spending time worrying about things is a waste of time and effort - and brainpower, too - aside from the stress that it generates.
That if you just take a "let's see what happens" approach, things will turn out fine 99% of the time.
But preparation is key and by worrying, I'm just trying to be prepared. What some might see as "worrying too much," I see as planning ahead.
In the wake of yesterday's nor'easter, I'm headed to slightly warmer climes for a business trip. Just hoping the airport cooperates and things aren't too delayed.
So instead of worrying, I'm visualizing smooth, on-time flights and cheap bottled water on the other side of security check-in.
A girl can dream, can't she?