On day 40 of the 90-day comeback challenge, I actually had a great plan, but it was completely disrupted. A lot of things came up and it was a real chaos day! How do I deal with spontaneous, unplanned events and how do I get back into the rhythm as quickly as possible? Find out in this article.

What to Do When Everything Goes Wrong?

It started with me waking up in the middle of the night at 12:30 AM and staying awake for two hours. As a parent, this happens from time to time when something’s up with the kids. This messed up my entire sleep schedule. I originally planned to go for a hike at 7 AM, but I decided to sleep an extra hour and pushed the hike to 8 AM.

Of course, it was pouring rain at 8 AM. But I didn’t let that discourage me and went hiking anyway. I even encountered a Blue Coral Snake, a highly venomous snake. That definitely woke me up!

Dealing with Technical Issues

Back home, I realized the power was out in our entrance area. This meant that neither my car nor my office had power. My plan to be productive in the morning was ruined. I improvised and worked with 5G, which was obviously not ideal. Finally, I had to drive to the supercharger to charge my car. That’s where I recorded this video.

Three Important Lessons for Chaotic Days

  1. Expect the Unexpected: It’s important to be prepared for things not always going according to plan. Plan your day strictly but be ready for unexpected events. Discipline is key, but flexibility is just as important.

  2. Find Your Rhythm: When something goes wrong, decide whether to catch up or just move on. Personally, I prefer not to completely restructure my day but just keep going if possible. Everyone needs to find their own way, but having a routine and sticking to it helps.

  3. Reflect Honestly: Ask yourself if the problems that arise are regular or truly unexpected. If your plans keep getting disrupted, you might need to plan more buffer time. Honest self-reflection helps in dealing better with such situations.


Today was a classic chaos day, but I made the best of it. Now I’m enjoying the afternoon with friends and playing basketball later. Life is full of unpredictable events, but with the right mindset and a bit of flexibility, we can handle anything.

I hope you had a great weekend and are ready for the upcoming week. Stay strong and don’t get discouraged when things don’t go as planned.

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