Decision Fatigue

Decision Fatigue

Life is full of choices. Some choices are clearly better than others in the short run and the long run. Some choices leave you in a better place now and in the future. How easy it is to make these choices. However, we must be cautious when things get confusing, and — let’s be real — real life is confusing. Some choices are good in the short run but detrimental in the long run, and some choices are good in the long run but detrimental in the short run. Other choices are less clear-cut. For them, there are too many factors, and it isn’t remotely clear how you’ll be affected.

Making choices is hard, which is why some of us avoid making choices. Have you ever found yourself mindlessly agreeing with someone just so you didn’t have to make a decision? Have you ever put off your decision so long that time eliminated one option and the decision was made for you? 

Deciding to get a healthier body is a big choice that involves a lot of smaller choices. Making all of these choices can be overwhelming. If one of your goals is to get a healthier body this year, don’t be afraid to seek the assistance of a health coach, personal trainer, or other fitness professional. They may be able to guide you to the good choices that work for you, and support you in making them.

Thanks for reading. I hope you have a safe and healthy week.  

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