Random is Good
In the mid 80s I developed software on my Atari 800 computer that selected Random Albums.
This was before the iPod. I found that random was better than my choice. I would buy an album (this was before Apple had its music monopoly) and listen to it exclusively. Eventually I would tire of it and buy a new album and repeat.
By randomly selecting from my record collection, the software would pick albums that I hadn't listened to in while. After listening I was happy that the software selected it.
It occurred to me that Random is Good. Often we get into habits that adding a little randomness to will make it more interesting. You could even break out of slumps or any habits that you have by adding a little randomness to. Randomness is useful if:
You can't make a decision and are wasting time. Make a list and randomly select what to do
You're procrastinating on a number of tasks
Use random words to help you if you have a creative block
Whenever you have too many of something, use randomness
Make a list of things you fear to do and select a random one and do it