The more I think about it the more confused I get:
One good example is here:
Hmm. Maybe something like this. It's the end of the day and things didn't go well. We're meeting to talk about what we'll do tomorrow. Should we stick with the original plan or try something new?
We're at work, and I wander by to see how everyone is doing. You think that you'd like to try something difference. "Stick to the plan for now," I say.
So maybe while planning - stick with, and while doing - stick to?
I'm speculating ... sometimes the more you think about something the harder it is to remember.
Is there a difference between
to stick with something/somebody
to stick to something/somebody
...and if so could you please give examples that make the different usages clear?