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Head or Tails

Sunday, June 16, 2013

In Australia its a popular game called Two up when you use 2 coins , 2 heads you win, 2 tails you win, one of each you loose. And when you can not make up your mind or choosing who or what goes first in a team there is the common heads or tails. I don't know why but i seemed to be favoured with tails based spins in the past. Not sure why though. But now to work through my "to do list" As there is alot of things i want to do "now" but it is hard so i am going to leave the decision to the coin and see where it gets me, is it wise for me to do this ? I may just been saving one of my hair strands into turning gray by doing this LOL! Does anyone else do this or how do you work through a very long to do list.
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    I do the one on the top of the list and work my way through but what ever works for you.
    1224 days ago
    I do what's pushing the hardest!! Keep Sparkin'!!
    1225 days ago
  • CHERIJ16
    I don't really have a system. I just try to do the task that I feel most like doing but then I don't get to the others sometimes. Of course if it is imperative that it gets done or has a deadline; I do that first. It sounds like you have a pretty good system going. Good luck. emoticon
    1225 days ago
  • MARYBETH4884
    Even if you let the coin decide you will get something done! My list of undesirable tasks gets done by choosing the least undesirable task first. Sorry about the double negative. Some things keep getting pushed down on the list for the littlest reason why I can not do them now. I pushed one off this morning and I will have to do it this afternoon!! My husband has even asked when. So it's becoming obvious it needs to be done. emoticon
    1225 days ago
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