Go With Weird

I find myself “stuck” on the idea of having two choices.

Even though the world is a complex, complicated, and messy place, when making a decision, I often simplify. When I do, it goes right to the “best practice” of whatever I’m doing.

Being reductive isn’t always a bad thing. If we consciously thought of every possible decision, we’d never make one. Even getting out of bed could be a complication proposition.

Don’t want to waste time.

I do, however, lose out on opportunities if I don’t consider “other” when I have time to do so.  When time isn’t so delicate, there is more of a chance to dance with “weird” and take a risk.

Not everything is a time crunch.