Stress and Decision Making Ability Work has been crazy, the kids are a mess, and I only slept 4 hours last night. I just dropped them off at pre-school and am late for my first meeting. The stress is palpable. My heart is racing and I swear I can’t … [Read more...] about Indecision or Stress, Which Comes First?
Decision Fatigue: How To Protect The Important Decisions
Lately I have had a ton of decisions to make. None that are difficult in the sense of bad. But some are important to me and to others. And the quantity has definitely increased over the past eighteen months. From anniversary trips abroad to graduation trips to … [Read more...] about Decision Fatigue: How To Protect The Important Decisions
What Indecision Teaches Us About Ourselves
The other day, my friend handed me a gift. An unexpected gift in the form of a Magic 8 Ball. I giggled as I opened it and remembered all of the times I shook an 8 ball as a child and really believed it was magic. Even now, in my 20’s, I brought it to my coworker and we laughed … [Read more...] about What Indecision Teaches Us About Ourselves