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When doing menial and repetitve tasks I do that too. Like counting steps while hiking or carrying items back and forth. I just break it up into fours... ONE.2.3.4.TWO.2.3.4.THREE.... untill one hudred and then I just start over at one. I could go back and figure out the total steps but that isn't the point. It becomes almost zen-like after just a couple of minutes and allows you to focus on the task and enjoy it.

Probably one of my many minor OCD things that drive my wife crazy.


In reply to Re^2: When I count, I think of numbers as... by KPeter0314
in thread When I count, I think of numbers as... by ambrus

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