Picking and choosing a few examples doesn't exactly reflect real human life.
I get up in the morning. But before I do, did I set my alarm? Did I let myself sleep in? Will that cause me to be unable to do my duties today?
I get up to get dressed, and since I don't happen to possess a burka in my wardrobe, generally speaking, I get my choice of an array of more or less modest tops. I will usually have to pick from between some that really, truly are more or less modest. If the more modest ones are all in the wash, I am left with less modest ones to pick from, BUT... today, on THIS day, did I pick a top or bottom less modest than those available?
Morning prayers. Am I letting myself be distracted? Did I just decide not to say a few because, gee... there's something I really want to do this morning?
I go to breakfast. I have all the choices in my kitchen. There are DEFINITELY more and less healthy choices there. I WILL choose. I will also run the risk of eating too much, or, if I'm impatient to do something, perhaps not enough.
On to chores/work. Am I doing them well, or simply rushing through them to get them over with? Each task can be done more or less poorly. I'm washing the dishes for everyone in my house. It's my duty. Am I doing a lazy job because I really don't care, or am I doing them like I would do them if Our Lord was coming to dinner (serving as if serving the Lord)? And these decisions will go for any work that I may do today.
Interacting with people, as a human being full of human weakness, most of what comes out of my mouth will probably be wasted words. (A problem.) At worst it will be sinful words. They could have been edifying, or good or kind words. Every time I open my mouth to say anything, I have a choice to make instantly. What kind of words am I going to permit myself to say?
Again, cooking for others... what kind of job am I doing? What kind of choices am I making picking out the food, ESPECIALLY since now, I'm talking about not just making choices for me, or doing work for myself, but for everyone in the house. Now my choices may have moral implications because of how they may effect those who will be eating it.
Work. I write. But what I write is from first to last a question loaded with moral issues, from whether or not my work is sinful, to whether or not I permitted myself to be unfit for it, or knew I was and attempted it anyway without correcting the unfitness if possible, or rather giving it up if correcting my unfitness was not possible, to whether or not I publish or share it, and the consequences of that choice in the minds, hearts and souls of everyone who happens to read what I wrote, to the fact of the perfection (or lack thereof) in the work itself, and many more. To say nothing of that if I do too much, I am guilty of abusing my health, and that if I do it not at all, I am guilty of not doing my moral duty to at least try to make a living.
Recreations. All kinds of choices come into play, MOST of them not "neutral" if we look closely. I crochet. But I have sore wrists, which can actually be injured, even seriously, if I abuse them. This means not only how long I crochet, but how long I do ANYTHING with my hands, becomes a moral issue. I like to draw... something that is, if NOTHING else, fraught with moral choices. That I choose to do a silly work, instead of something that could have been beneficial to my fellow man, is in itself a choice that could be called "bad", if you want to go that far. I like music. But the industry is FULL of choices between good and bad music, some of it far less evidently so, and yet still being more or less bad than others. Two pieces of instrumental music, with no words at all, can be, one of them good, and one of them bad. (If you don't think so, I'd be happy to find one or two that I'm positive no person who wishes to be mentally, emotionally and spiritually healthy should make a habit of hearing). Some works are downright evil, made by downright evil people, and contain evil messages. These are moral choices that anyone listening to music makes. Or, if you like, I can choose between Mozart and Maya Fillipic, an unheard of, modern, independent artist that plays very pretty piano music... which is the moral choice between something that is "good" (Maya) and something that has been scientifically proven to have very interesting and very real benefits to it's listeners (Mozart). Or, I can choose between Mozart and Gregorian Chant, which is to choose between something with benefits for my body and mind, and something with benefits for body, mind and soul.
The family rosary. Where is my mind when I am saying it? Am I in an edifying posture (or as much as possible) to those around me and to myself? Or am I acting like a slob, and just spewing words my mind is not on at all? My example is not only good or bad for myself, but also to others.
Any time I go out of my door, there are the questions whether or not I am done with my duties, and if not, whether or not this venture outdoors is more important than they are, or otherwise cannot wait, and the question WHERE I am going, and WHO I am going with, and what it is I will be doing when I/we get there, and what dangers I may face, and whether or not they could be avoided, and what money I spend, and whether I had a right to spend it, and how moral was my choice of things to spend it ON? And so on. All just going out of my door, and each and every time I do.
Did I take care of myself throughout the day? Did I show any concern for my own welfare? The welfare of others? Did I even bother trying to practice the virtues today? Did I make the least effort against my sins and vices? Am I sorry for any transgressions I did commit? If I offended anyone, did I apologize? If I did wrong to someone, did I make it right?
Tonight, will I go to bed at a time that is good for the health of my mind and body, and for the doing of my duties, or not? It's getting cold, so will I be sufficiently warm for my health, or am I more concerned with just getting to bed so I can have fun tomorrow, without caring? Will I pray well before bed? Or will I have stayed up so late doing unnecessary things that I will hardly be awake during my night prayers?
Life, unfortunately, does not let us pick and choose our choices. THIS is why I say most choices WILL be moral in some regard. I cannot opt to spend my whole day picking between the colors red and blue. (Though even in a coloring book, to color the daytime sky blue and the barn red, and not the other way around, is to make the work more perfect in terms of truth, sanity and thus true beauty rather than less so.) I will not spend my whole life choosing between two pairs of socks that are exactly the same, or whether to go right or left while walking in a circle. In reality, most of my life really will end up being choices between things that are not equal.