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Decisions Made. Decisions Regretted. Paying an Extra Price?

Decisions Made. Decisions Regretted.

Decisions Made. Decisions Regretted. Are your choices flimsy and fleeting, like a feather in the wind? Or do your choices have meaning?

Decisions Made. Decisions Regretted. Today, together, we can solve a certain kind of decision making problem. Or, at least, start solving it.

Because this week I’ve had a couple of reminders. Some people are fine with making decisions. They don’t agonize so much on the decision-making end.

But hoo-boy, do they ever agonize over decisions after making them. I hope that today’s post can help.

Success Price. Paying the Price for Cookbook Success.

Success Price

Success Price. Why has Joanna Gaines sold more cookbooks than Julia Child?

Success Price. Let’s return to the theme of many an article here. Although it’s been years since we’ve had a blog conversation about “paying the price.”

To get in the mood, search here on “Pay the Price.” You’ll find loads of past articles on this theme. Especially a lot of guest posts.

Or simply ask yourself: Do you often groan, “It’s not fair”?

Does it sometimes drive you nuts how people who don’t seem to deserve riches or fame… Wind up winning so many of life’s big prizes?

Empowering Older Women. What You Can Do

Empowering Older Women.

Empowering Older Women. What’s really involved?

Empowering Older Women. Important because the purpose of today’s post is to share some perspective that useful for any women. And those who care about us. And especially those who care about seniors, living now.

You see, Blog-Buddies, certain important, helpful, new understandings are NOT common knowledge today. Meanwhile there’s a boatload of senior-targeted products and ideas that are growing increasingly popular. And they might be pretty lousy ideas, actually.

Let’s sort out both of them. And, yes, I recommend reading and responding to today’s article even if you’re not a senior (yet). Even if you’re 20 or 30 years old, this knowledge will stand you in good stead for the future.

Especially, though I’m writing for my fellow seniors. Yum, here goes!