It’s a question of where on the continuum of consumption goods, you’re making choices.
There’s a certain level of “choice” that you have to make, but the whole purpose of going to the supermarket is to choose from a huge variety of products. It isn’t a place of buying something. It isn’t the place to buy a product. It’s a place to get some food, some water, and maybe a few other things. The food in the supermarket is a small sampling of all the foods you can produce.
In the case of food and water, it seems to me its always the same thing, they are both cheap and plentiful. You can buy a gallon of water for $1.50. The fact that we don’t always have them is just the side effect of our choices.
In business and in life, we are often presented with a choice between two or more of the same thing which is often made with no good reason. One of the worst things to do is to choose from a huge variety of stuff and use them all when it comes down to it. We can end up with things we don’t need, we can end up with things we dont need, and we can end up with things we dont need. This is why we need to know what we want.
The problem with this is that it leads to a lot of wasted resources. We don’t really have to go hunting for items, and we can get much more for our money if we just put a few basic things together. Most of us know that we need coffee, bread, and toilet paper, but we don’t always think about it in that order. A good rule of thumb is to find what you need and make things from there.
As I write this, I am currently trying to come up with a list of 10 things that you must have in your house to have a functional home. After some searching, I found this video of a man doing just that in a real house.
I think this is a really good list. It’s the first we’ve seen of a similar type of video from the man. And it’s an example of how to have utility-maximizing choices when you buy and build a home. The man in the video has done a ton of work, but it’s not a complete answer to home-building 101.
The list I was referencing was not actually a general rule. It was only one of the things I found that we should have in our home. Although, in his case, I would argue that he had a ton of choices with regards to the things in his house that make a home a home. The man had a ton of choices when it came to energy-efficient appliances, light fixtures, home appliances, etc. His home also had a ton of choices about where to shop for appliances.
The issue with all of these choices is that they were not really choices at all. They were things that were built into the house, and they are still in the house after the house is gone. The choices that we make for our home affect what we need in our home, and that is why we need to make better choices for ourselves and our home.