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Back in the ‘90s, Iyengar noticed something odd about her local luxury grocery store.
Though the shop was “renowned for its huge selection of produce, packaged foods, and wine,” Iyengar “often walked out empty-handed, unable to settle on just one bottle of mustard or olive oil when she had hundreds of options.” The experience fueled Iyengar’s research into the psychology of choice. means only that the single person’s wasteland is that much more vast: New York City’s 305-square-mile expanse offers over 8 million people to pick over.
When I decided to end my eight-year stint in Washington, D. and decamp to Los Angeles last summer, my friends in the capital looked at me like I had announced plans to eject myself into space.
They rolled their office chairs toward my cubicle and pressed their hands to my shoulder at happy hours. If I moved there with my boyfriend in tow, they told me, I might survive. Between dark basement beers during my last month in Washington, my friends presented me a phantasmagoria of single life in L.