Decision Fatigue and Zoned Out

“I have decision fatigue” – from Graceland by Ruth Chou Simons

Boy, do I ever! I’ve had it for months on end – since April, 2020. These are decisions we would have either made together or Chuck would have made on his own. 

  • How to move stuff
  • How to sell stuff
  • How to give away stuff
  • Chuck’s car
  • Chuck’s books
  • Renting furniture
  • End of life decisions
  • Funeral hymns
  • Where to live times three
  • Chuck’s grave marker
  • Buying my first house alone
  • Having storage built in my home
  • Finances
  • A dining room table
  • A dishwasher
  • A Plumber
  • A handyman
  • Which roofer to use
  • Which termite company to use
  • Work
  • IRAs
  • CDs
  • My will
  • An oil change
  • Buying a lawnmower
  • Buying a different lawnmower 
  • Joining my church
  • Travel 
  • My will (in progress)
  • Shower repair (upcoming)
  • Which grass to buy (went with Zoysia)
  • Pushing myself out of my comfort zone

Yes, I think I’ve pushed myself so far out of my comfort zone that I’m in another zone. I’m zoned out, so to speak.

Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about its own things. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble. – Matthew 6:34

(word to myself)