In a nutshell, a life without margins is a life that is so crammed with stuff, whether emotional, physical, time or finances that there is no room to rest.
Richard Swenson explains it like this:
"What would you think if this page had no margins? What would be your opinion of the publishers if they tried to cram the print top to bottom and side to side so that every blank space was filled up? The result would be aesthetically displeasing and chaotic. Like some of our lives." (p.77).
If it had stayed raining we would have just set up inside. But since there was that chance that it would clear we had to wait it out. Which meant that by the time the sun starting peeking out through the clouds and we could proceed with our set up, it was time to be at the church. Oops.
It worked out fine, my sister and I split up - she going on to the church and I waiting out the weather and setting up the wedding alone. It all worked out but it was not easy. It was rushed and stressful and there was less time to handle the kinds of things that always come up when you are working an event like that - things that you can not control.
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