Decisions, decisions, if there is anything that sums up adulthood it might be that it’s an endless litany of decisions for which we often feel ill-prepared. Sometimes these decisions are of the routine, mundane nature, like what to have for dinner, or how long can one go before doing laundry. But other decisions take on greater importance. This year, in particular, we have each been faced with decisions with actual potential life and death consequences. We each, at some point, have to connect back to our why, or our core motivators, when wading through decision fatigue. In this piece from Psychology Today, our assistant vice president Allison McWilliams shares some insight into what’s so hard about making decisions, and some frameworks that have worked for her.

Letters spelling out "Yes" and "No" with checkboxes next to them

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