The Wall Street Journal published a compelling idea backed but by research that indicates you are controlled to some degree by your mood. Meaning the choices you take, and the decisions you make.
These findings suggest that the moment-to-moment variability of mood affects the quality of our judgments in ways that we cannot possibly hope to control. This variability or “noise” should give a pause to anyone who thinks we can make purely objective judgments. If our mind is a measuring instrument, it is a noisy one.
Wall Street Journal, Good Moods Often Lead to Bad Judgements