Fun fact – busy people like President Obama restrict the number of mundane decisions they make in a day in order to further their productivity. Like the president, you can decide what decisions you will expend more or less energy making.
Could paring down the choices in your wardrobe relieve some of the early morning, ‘what should I wear’ stress? Be reasonable, your life is not a fashion show. As long as washing your clothes is a habit then you should be good. This applies to shoes, handbags and jewellery.
What to eat – regardless of food allergies or specific dietary needs, choose 5 meals that you can always have the ingredients for in your pantry. Having a healthy meal within arm’s reach will help feed your brain properly so you are actually able to make better, maybe more important decisions. Limiting your general meal intake choices will make grocery shopping and deciding what to make for dinner a much less daunting task.
Now for the more random categories – cars, bikes, dishes, toiletries, furniture, holidays, activities, commitments. Where do you want to be more effective in your decision making? The less the better.