I've never been the type to stick to the norm or fall victim to the system. I've always questioned why people felt there was a certain way to live or carry out life in a specific order. Get your education, find a job, get married, and have children. But one thing I've never agreed with was the Plan B method. Have a Plan B just in case Plan A does not work. I've always believed Plan B was a sense of doubt, and safety. A lot of people are scared to take the risk and sacrifices needed to fulfill Plan A. In my opinion, Plan B is a distraction. If you believe completely in Plan A and you have no doubt in your mind that Plan A is and will be achievable in your life, why would there be a need for a Plan B?