I’m inclined to just (do something)

Say this when you’ve been trying to do something difficult, and it’s not working, and you’re ready to give up or try an easier solution instead.

I’m inclined to just get a new phone, at this point.

I’m inclined to just show up in person and try to talk to someone.

The adjective "inclined" means "leaning". When you talk about a decision or opinion, use "inclined" to talk about which side you think you might choose:

I'm inclined to go with the red.

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