Every time I want to postpone a planned task, I remember Egor Rudy’s advice — don’t make a decision now. Trust yourself from the past and do what is written in the calendar.
The temptation to postpone the work arises when something more important appears. For example, on Sunday I planned to go to a climbing wall, and I wanted to finish things that I didn’t have time for a week — they seemed more important. Previously, I would have reflected on whether to skip the workout or not, but now I don’t, if there is a task on the calendar, then it is necessary to do it or stop adding anything to the calendar at all.
Well, what about super-important, sudden things? When these things happen, you just don’t remember about the calendar.