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'What shall we have for dinner?' Choice overload is a real problem, but these tips will make your life easier

By Janneke Blijlevens, Senior Lecturer Experimental Methods, RMIT University
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It’s been a long day. Your partner messages you: “let’s just order in, I don’t feel like cooking”.

With a sense of relief, you open your usual takeaway app and start scrolling through the many restaurants and dishes available. Thai, pizza, burgers, Korean, Lebanese… oooh this one has free delivery! Hmm, but they’re far away and I am famished… Soon that sense of relief is replaced by overwhelm and inability to decide what to order. And your partner is not much help either!

Sound familiar? What you are experiencing is called choice…The Conversation

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