Quite a lot, so it seems.
Take these two phrases, for example:
Save for a rainy day
Plan for a rainy day
I always kind of thought they meant the same thing but ohhhh noooooo. Save Plan -- two different actions completely. Let me show you...
Saving for a rainy day
That's my stash for a rainy day. I'm a saver.
PLANNING for a rainy day
That's my neighbor's stash for a rainy day. He's a planner.
As you can guess, when it actually rains, you'll wish you had planned not just saved. Saving without planning leaves you with a bunch of wet wood that means shit when you want to start a fire.
I am happy to report that my husband is the planner to my saver. He stashed some wood inside for me...planning for the first rainy day.