Circuitous: (adj) of a route or journey which is longer than the most direct way.
Five minutes. Three hundred seconds.
It is the best time you’ll ever spend–because:
Only the people who don’t know how to parallel park think it’s hard.
Only the folks who never took the time to learn how to put together their dining room table by following the instructions insist it’s
Only the rogue souls who are totally convinced that anything outside their own thinking is intrusion will ever benefit from the beauty of counsel.
I don’t care how sure you are.
I don’t care how pure you are.
I don’t care if you think you have the cure.
Take five minutes.
Go over your plan.
Use your three hundred seconds wisely so you don’t end up in the middle of a disaster because you forgot to bring the right parts.
Then you can avoid a circuitous route–where you spend way too much quality Earth time trying to explain why going around in circles was better.