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July 1, 2017
After searching for "toothbrush" in amazon and getting 97,087 results, you have to wonder where we are headed.
Yes, isn't it wonderful to have all the choices but when it gets down to it, you're sacrificing your time to process all the choices whether its a decorating or dressing or purchasing decision.
Here's the kicker, when you are faced with many choices, you will experience decision fatigue which limits your mental capacity to make decisions.
Tips to Avoid Choice Overload
Minimize depleting your mental reserves
Set decision deadlines
Ruthlessly unsubscribe to enewsletters
Focus on creating instead of consuming
Reduce your wardrobe by 50%
Create a series of 10 top outfits and rotate them
Avoid shopping online
If you do shop online, use filters wherever possible
Skip reading sales flyers
Meal plan weekly
Ask an expert
Make hard decisions early in the day
Plan outfits for the week on Sunday morning
Use a shopping delivery service to automate groceries you regularly buy