Over the years I've learned to worry less.
When our kids were young, my husband and I both spent too much time worrying about logistics. We'd often compare schedules for the upcoming week. And we got really good at spotting the "failure" points in them; the spots when we both had important meetings or calls at the exact same time a kid needed to be driven somewhere (for example).
Early on we'd devise elaborate workaround plans only to have something change at the last minute that removed the "impossibility" and enabled us to manage everything without much extra effort. It didn't take too long for us to realize the it didn't make sense to panic or jump through hoops until we were really sure we'd need to do that. We started practicing "situational procrastination". It was surprising how often an anticipated problem resolved itself all on its own.
Postponing worry makes sense sometimes.