28 mei 2019
There's nothing I like more than outsourcing the trivial choices.
Where to eat, what to eat (yup- I'm a lazy food-lover :-)) what to do on weekends, ...
Yet there's one thing I find worse than having to make choices, and that's: no choices being made.
Choice-limbo is my own personal hell.
I'd rather make a really bad decision, than no decision.
"Where shall we eat tonight?" " I don't know - where would you like to eat?"
No, no, no, no, nooooo. That’s totally unfair - I just asked you!
Don't do this to me. This is stress-central for me.
I'm a super-decision maker 5 days a week. Want me to help you decide? I'm here.
But sometimes I just want to switch off.
Enough with the decisions already.
If you're anything like me, there are times that you want to give your poor overworked brain a decision-holiday.
The solution? (don't kill me) Making REAL choices.
Simple - either
decide it's not worth it, and forget about it
Or be lazy - but don't blame others for being decision-lazy too.
You’re not tired of making choices. Clear, simple choices give energy.
It's the ones you put off that drain you.