“Just-in-time” was a huge focal point of professional truck driving. I heard that term more often than I’d like to admit during training and qualification.
It was explained as the truck taking the goods from A to B when needed, so it would be manufactured when the order comes, then we’d deliver it to its destination, where it will be put to use immediately. Expensive warehousing and storage costs are being cut to a minimum this way.
I love your application of that concept to a mental level.
And I agree that we can get overwhelmed by social media if we read more than we need to. Just take the coronavirus outbreak. The media are flooded with it. Everyone talks about it. Constantly. There’s hardly any other information being spread right now. It’s as if the rest doesn’t even exist.
Of course that can become depressing.