I am at a point in life where I want to do some active planning for the rest of it. To that end, I am reading a book called The Paradox of Choice: Why More Is Less which posits that we have so many choices that the resulting brain drain results in depression and less freedom. Basically, too many choices leads to so much wasted time trying to figure out which is right, analysis paralysis so you never get what you want, and the false creation of disappointment because you always know some other choice you didn't make is better. I will supply a complete review when I'm done.
In the meantime, I am evaluating what I really want. From there, I will make mundane and magickal plans to obtain those desires. I am looking for items in my life that I've been repeatedly drawn to or said I wanted. Magick is the primary example. From the time I was 18, I knew I wanted that in my life. I've also wanted to write. So, that is on my list. Naturally, most of this will be blogged about here.
I am failing on this goal at the moment. I have not given up.