On the one hand, pros and cons lists are great. On the other hand, I'm running out of paper. But on the otherhand...no, wait. That's three hands. Great. Now I need to make a pros and cons list about having three hands.
2. Researching Every Single Purchase on the Internet
Maybe I'll become a teacher. Or maybe I'll go to grad school. Or maybe I'll skip school and travel the world. Or maybe I'll just go curl up in a ball and sit in the corner. Can you excuse me? I have to go make a pros and cons list.
Don't worry, there's no way that this one teeny tiny decision will alter your life in unimaginable ways. You won't still be reeling from the effects of this single choice for the rest of your life. No one has ever made a quick decision and then regretted it.
This is just like trying to choose an outfit, only it lasts for months instead of just a day. Or, let's be honest, it lasts for a year because you'll probably just flail about in indecision instead of picking another haircut in a few months.
You read online once that the best time to buy plane tickets is 47 days before your trip. But maybe you could get a better discount if you flew out of another airport. Or maybe you should take the train? Or rent a car?
I should probably bring two pairs of pants, one pair of shorts, two tank tops, two short sleeve shirts, two long sleeve shirts, one sweater, one formal dress, one pair of heels, a winter coat, a swimsuit, a backup formal dress, 12 pairs of socks, a cape, flip flops, a wetsuit, a Halloween costume...
15. Making Any Decision...And Then Immediately Regretting It