In the case you are like me, you love creating a routine. I follow the identical regimen every morning and and night of my life. I just enjoy knowing what I am going to do and when I want to do those things. When this routine gets changed then I become stressed and need to scramble to be successful. I recently had a crisis inside my house. My HVAC unit broke down and needed a replacement. I figured this was going to be a routine replacement. Nevertheless, to my surprise, I found out it would definitely be much more than that. My HVAC tech told me the entire thing would take about five or six days and I would have to be at home when they were installing the new units. This obviously threw me off my everyday routine. I had to wake up really early and ensure that the technicians didn’t have any questions about the installation. I do not mind one day off my routine but 4 or 5 starts to become a stressful situation. The entire HVAC system would have to be hauled out of my home then a new unit lugged back in and replaced. It was interesting watching the process unfold but I wanted to get back to my schedule. Now I make sure I check my HVAC equipment often so I do not need to replace it for a while. Having a routine can be awesome, but it is hard to stray away from it when unexpected events such as this come along.