Less Decision Making

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There are a lot of decisions to make every day. What to eat. What to wear. Financial decisions. How to prioritize your time. For me, I only seem to have so much “decision energy” for any given day. My will power runs out and I start to avoid decisions or make poor decisions later in the day. Apparently I am not the only one. The field of psychology has identified decision fatigue as a contributing factor in many poor decisions.

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Professional transportation engineer, web designer, and mobile app developer from Columbus, Ohio.

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Professional transportation engineer, web designer, and mobile app developer from Columbus, Ohio.

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