Cognitive overload

It is estimated that we make 35,000 decisions per day.

Which means most of our decisions we make are of little thought or consequence.

At lunch today, if we eat the soup or salad, it won’t matter. At least, we won’t remember it a month from now.

We go. We move forward. With time. But there are a few decisions that we make that drives us toward our day to day decisions.

The question is: Are we conscientious of how we ended here? Are we cognitive of the system we have built that are presenting the choices in front of us?