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Saturday, September 07, 2013

I've just read an article from Buffer, which is a web blog, about Decision Fatigue! What a light bulb is on event! I totally believe this is true, that I suffer from Decision Fatigue, too many to make in one week! I'm a pretty sharp woman but as I age, I find it more difficult to juggle multiple jobs at once. That was something I was pretty good at in my younger days. Now, I just want to dump it all out of my head. Today is a must day for me to head to the sewing machine, to mindlessly force fabric through that machine bed, sewing strips together.

I've got several projects going on right now that require a decision and I'm dragging my feet as they are dragging me down. I need to make lists to handle them but for some reason, I just want to dump everything out of my head and go for the fabric! Think I will do that today. emoticon

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LKWQUILTER 9/7/2013 1:36PM

When I get like that, I just do what I really want to do--mostly sew or mindlessly pay computer games. I have found that there is always tomorrow. I don't have a paying "job" so no time-clock is demanding that I do something--it is just what I commit myself to do. ((HUGS))

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KASEYCOFF 9/7/2013 10:38AM

    I can all-too-unfortunately identify with the decision-making bugaboo: when I was younger, I thrived on it, as it meant I was a "real" grownup, making my own choices. Liberating and empowering at the same time. Now? Eh. I don't want to be bothered, and I'd just as soon have a really good PA to take care of the nitty-gritty and sort through options. I don't think s/he will be showing up any time soon, though, unless I stumble into a fortune, lol...

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    Wow, maybe that is what my problem is! LOL

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