Lately, well for the past few weeks, I’ve prioritized my work and activities by flipping a coin. I write a list, arrange the work into “most important,” and then I flip a coin to see which I should work on first. It’s really inefficient but feels better. Before, I used to write a list and then I’d stare at the list, go through each item, and debate which item is most important.
That’s less efficient and torturous as debating takes hours and lots of energy. Flipping a coin... it’s similar to breathing. Thus, I’m sitting in front of my laptop on a Saturday night prioritizing On Impression business, personal business, writing, editing, cleaning, sleeping, planning lunch, freelance work, and well everything by flipping a coin. I’m at home on a Saturday organizing priorities instead of out ignoring morals (or other things I could be doing) because if I don’t prioritize life right now then I’ll probably spend the next 15 years of my life wondering why did I leave the important decisions last on the list?
…That sounded serious. Here watch something that made me sick yesterday:
By the way, long live the freedom revolution across the world!