It’s estimated that the average adult makes about 35,000 decisions each day.
Granted, many of them are small decisions like what to eat for breakfast, what makeup to wear, which way to drive to work.
‘Decision Fatigue’ is a term created by social psychologist Roy F Baumeister and refers to the deteriorating quality of decisions made my an individual, after continuously making decisions.
In a time when technology is speeding up, life is getting more hectic and thing seem to require immediate attention, sometimes a day is full of decision after decision. And a lot of them are decisions with big impact on both you and your family’s life.
The best way to help with decision fatigue it to make fewer decisions. By that I mean to choose what decisions need to be made – and which don’t.
My goal in life is to make as few decisions as possible about anything. To simplify and streamline life so I can enjoy myself more.