A few weeks ago I came home from work and looked in our refrigerator for something to eat. I ended up taking an item from the freezer and started to prepare it. However, in the next instant I stopped in my tracks and looked for something else. I changed my mind not because I didn’t like the food—I knew I would enjoy it—but because I just didn’t want to spend the 10 to 15 minutes it would take to prepare it. So I settled for something quick and easy, and less enjoyable.

Has that ever happened to you? You settle for something less enjoyable because you don’t want to invest the time it takes to create the ideal alternative?

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