And the Answer is Raisan Bran and 34,999 other decisions

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You probably didn’t know you made 35,000 decisions in a day. According to Stephanie Malka, researchers maintain an adult takes on average 35,000 remotely conscious decisions in a day. Considering an average of 7 hours of sleep per night, it means 2,000 decisions per hour or one decision every two seconds! I thought that perhaps high, but other sources have concluded the same including…

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Held captive in the Midwest but I love San Francisco, black coffee, chardonnay and diet coke. My vice is SF Giants baseball. I'm the poet you are running from.

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Michael A Wells - INFP personality type

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Held captive in the Midwest but I love San Francisco, black coffee, chardonnay and diet coke. My vice is SF Giants baseball. I'm the poet you are running from.

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