Thursday, 26 May 2011

"Having more choices doesn't seem to lead to more happiness..."

A philosophy I've long subscribed to.

I do tend to have a bit of meltdown if I go into a supermarket and have to choose between 17 varieties of sliced ham.

This piece by Oliver Burkeman reveals a fascinating discovery - the more options we're faced with the more important we regard the decision. Further proof - as if it were needed - of the corrupting influence of supermarkets!

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