August 14, 2019

Bake your eggs


There are often competing priorities. Not so much things that all have to be done and the competition is over what to do next, as questions which involve a desire to choose blue and green when you really can only choose one.

It goes something like this: I want blue and green, but I can only choose one, but I want them both, maybe there’s some way I can have blue and still have green, but I can only choose one, how about blue, how about green, nope, I want blue and green but I can only have one.

And the world turns and the decision gets no easier on its own.

If it’s such a balanced call, any judgement will be good, so just make it.

Skippy strategy: If you need a tie-breaker – decide which is a single fingernail more favourable and bake your eggs on that.