alea iacta non est

When it comes to the Rubicon model of action phases, I frequently feel as though I’m swimming upstream. Which is to say, making a choice about something is a great idea, and absolutely I’d love to, but first I really need to stop drowning.

If you or a loved one find yourselves rowing this particular boat, I recommend this piece on decision fatigue.

In other news, there is really no such thing as a breakfast quesadilla — it’s just a dinner quesadilla that didn’t get eaten the night before. But I’m having one now and it is pretty great!

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