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Why the More Options We Have, the Less We Want to Do

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It’s kind of paradoxical that the more options we feel we have, the less we seem to want to do.

With all of this newfound free time so many of us have, the expanse of potential and opportunity stretches out as far as we can see. And yet, when faced with the reality of seemingly limitless options as to how to spend our time, it’s easy to let the weight of it all hold us down…

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The collected stories, essays, articles, and poetry of Scott Leonardi

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Scott Leonardi

Scott Leonardi

Road to 1000! Paddling into the alphabet ocean, lookin’ to be a true scuba. Writer of stories, screenplays, poetry and more. All found at mossmansupreme.com

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