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Why is it so hard to make smart decisions?

Sometimes making decisions seems easy, like deciding you want pizza for lunch. Other times, choosing between two or more different options can seem like the hardest thing in the world. When we make decisions, we expend energy. Some new studies have found that we may have a daily threshold for decision-making before we get choice burnout and cognitive exhaustion. How can we refine the skill of decision-making so that we can make smart choices without tiring ourselves out?

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