Lately, I've been thinking about choices. Not just big choices but little choices as well.
You see, in most things, I'm pretty good at making choices.
Like every day choices, what to have for breakfast, what to wear to work, what to cook for dinner. You know, the no brainer type of choices, I'm pretty good at.
There are those occasions when Mr. Right wants to take me out for a date and then all ability to choose goes right out the door, the closet door that is. ☺
It was just such an occasion, when I couldn't make a choice, that started me thinking; why am I so good at making choices in some instances and so poor at making choices in others?
Do you struggle with this too or am I all alone out here?
Why do I choose to think negative thoughts about certain things (like about myself for instance) and choose to remain positive about others?
When do I believe I can make a good choice and when do I believe I can't?
Do circumstances play a part in my ability to effectively make a choice?
I haven't come up with any great, earth shattering answers yet. Yes, yet's a good word in this circumstance. ☺
While I'm ho humming around about how to figure all of this out, Sheena Iyengar is going to shed some light on a few things about choosing. It's a good choice to listen to this one!