It’s possible. Anything is possible. The question should be how likely is it that you’ll control your temper while trying to save the earth from a gigantic meteor. Or planning an enormous wedding in three months. Or getting the three kids ready for school and two adults ready for work with only one bathroom.
The Boy Scout motto is “Be Prepared.” It’s also the Girl Scout motto. If we’re prepared, we can keep our tempers and other emotions in check.
In every situation, people need to focus on the big picture. What do we need to do to get the job done?
Time management can also be helpful. Planning on a bathroom schedule or picking out clothes the night before can help keep a household moving in the morning.
Of course, we can’t plan for all emergencies. However, we can plan for what to do in case of most emergencies, like tornadoes and fires. I think there are articles and television shows about what to do in emergencies. For example, if you drive your car off of a bridge, what should you do? While looking for information on this subject, the topics it gave me included “What to do if you win the lottery,” and “. . . if you are bored.” Thanks for the info Google. I had a good laugh.
I’m going to have to look up what to do in case of a fire during a blizzard and sub-zero temperatures. At this time, I would like to apologize to my boyfriend again for almost setting his laundry on fire. Apparently, I knocked over clothes onto a space heater. Crisis averted this time.
What to do if your car is sinking: