On the MBTI, I'm a high level J type with functioning clinical OCD. Needless to say, as a writer, I'm a planner. I have 90% of the book written in my head before fingers meet keyboard. This method without a doubt is not the most productive or the best for my mental health considering my obsessive nature usually prevents me from starting a book until it's "ready" and the thrill of writing is usually gone by the time I allow myself to write. This time, fully medicated, I had an idea, picked up my laptop, and fingers met keyboard. No plan at all, no clue what I've written, but now I have several pages of something I can't identify but I actually sort of like. That being said, I'm getting some anxieties over plot because, well, there isn't one. Do I break out the Venn diagrams and the flowcharts like in grade school English class? Or do I keep writing and let the plot develop naturally? Thoughts?