overthink


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overthink

(ˌəʊvəˈθɪŋk)
vb, -thinks, -thinking or -thought
to spend more time thinking about (something) than is necessary or productive
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There is no right or wrong answer to this type of question, so don't overthink it.
She said: "When you're a kid you just do it, you don't overthink anything.
McLoughlin replied: "A piece of advice my sister gave me was to keep it in the day, not to overthink things and not to get too far ahead of yourself.
Little time to think, lesser time to overthink and even lesser time to mess up due to overthinking.
The guiding philosophy behind Baylor Chapman's cheery botanical crafts: Don't overthink it.
When Bollywood actor Varun Dhawan urged his fans to "chill" and not overthink his comedy Judwaa 2 , did he mean that we must switch off all our mental faculties and toss our intellect away?
When things aren't going well it's very easy to overthink things.
It is different to going for a title - if you overthink, read the media and what the fans say it can drive you crazy.
Jump in now, overthink it later," says Jenny, with the usual sound advice.
My message to those looking to submit their ideas is don't overthink it.
Noves said of Vakatawa, who is a regular in the Sevens code: "He lived up to our expectations, shook his opponents and did not overthink it for his first (France) game.
It really allows people to open up because they don't have to overthink or overcomplicate what they're trying to say - it just comes out.