Topic: People should carefully plan activities for their free time. Do you agree or disagree? Use specific reasons and details to support your answer.
A relaxing moment of free time could give you a quick breeze of leisure during a bustling life. In order to have better quality pleasure, some prefer carefully to plan the activities that they would want to do. However, while this method is preferred by a lot of people, I try to avoid this. The reason is that the plans could be too intricate, thus ruining the precious chance to relax. Also, there could be unexpected obstacles that you could face.
Complexity of the planned activities could inhibit people from enjoying their free time. When you have a plan for your recess, you might easily think you will have to do everything in order and everything in time. Thus, you will start to hurry and rush your favorable activities that should be fun instead. For example, when I went out with my friends, one of my friends arranged every event that we should do today. However, this led us to run here to there, watching a movie straight after going to a karaoke, trying to finish plans that he have made. A feeling of disappointment overwhelmed me when the day finished. I didn’t feel any excitement, but felt confusion and tiring stress. Thus, I think that complexity of the plans makes the free time busy, rather than enjoyable.
Also, one unexpected mistake could ruin the entire plan. Schedules are made based on timing the events that one should do. However, when one plan is delayed or becomes unable to be performed, the other plans would fall all at once, like dominos or a house of cards. So, a neatly written plan could fall apart when one simple, unpredicted situation gets in its way. Having no plans is more beneficial because you can alter whatever you do, because you don’t have anything specific in mind to do. Thus, having a plan could be easily hindered by a single obstacle, when spontaneous plans are not.
In conclusion, I disagree about the idea of planning activities for the free time. The reasons are, first of all, complexity of the plans that have been made could keep people from enjoying themselves. Secondly, they are vulnerable to unexpected bad events. Having the activities that are made spontaneously and by your instincts could lead your free time to a more satisfactory one.