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What is the difference between "I'm headed for the supermarket" and "I'm heading for the supermarket" ?Feel free to just provide example sentences.

If I feel confused about the difference between 'be headed for' and 'head for', can I just use either interchangeably? Or is there a significant difference in nuance between them.
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