Most of us (if not all) know the feeling: you have to do something, but you just can’t put your mind to it. Though with some people, it seems like they always put things off until the last minute and they get the most work done by working under pressure (myself included unfortunately). Who doesn’t find themselves doing the laundry or looking at cute pictures of a baby kitten in times of stress? Honestly, I think I get the most non-required tasks done when I actually have to do something.
Last winter, I went with my family on holiday to Switzerland. While we were unpacking, I found a book called “Stumbling on Happiness” belonging to my father. I started to tease him a bit and said that is was silly that he needed a book to become happy, but after a few days I became very curious and started to read the book. I discovered that “Stumbling on happiness” was not a self-help book for unhappy people as I expected before, but that it was actually very interesting. Therefore, I would like to tell you something about predicting the future, one of the many things the book is about.