pragmatism prag·ma·tism noun.
A way of approaching situations or solving problems that emphasizes practical applications and consequences.
I've decided to apply a pragmatic approach to the remainder of my Thame Fair preparation. This will involve jettisoning ALL the airy-fairy ideas I had about dazzling everyone with a miraculous new range of miniature toys and games.
Especially all the ones which have been languishing on my 'work in progress' boards for the past aeon.
I will be completely and utterly pragmatic and accept, with good grace, the fact that with less than two weeks to go, I will only drive myself (even more) insane by attempting to do EVERYTHING I feel I should.
This means, that I can cross off pages 47-138 of volume XII of my to do lists.
In one fell swoop I will regain a modicum of sensibility, and remove the requirement to constantly berate myself for not buckling down earlier and getting on with it all.
I could quite get used to being pragmatic..........