Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Big Decisions, How do you make them?

Any help from out there is blogland on making big decisions? I have one to make regarding.......well, I can't say. I need to make a change but not sure if it's the right thing to do. Of course, I have already consulted Big Daddy, but he has basically left it up to me. It does not impact us financially (thank you Big Daddy) or anything like that, so he just says, "do what makes you happy". Problem is, I don't know that it will. I THINK it will, but do you see my problem? I wonder if any readers out there have a good way of looking at a situation and seeing what should be done. Hmmmm. I am open to suggestions. Also, I think I am going to put together a little giveaway. If I get to 50 readers, I will have a neat, stitchy gifty for one of my lucky readers. Help me out here people! Tell all your friends to sign up, even if it's only for the giveaway! LOL!

5 comments:

  1. The way I approach a decision is to make a pro/con list...all the good on one side and all the bad on the other and which ever side weighs out more is what I go with...and what Big Daddy said is true too; do what makes you happy...and then there is always follow your heart/gut, they never lead you wrong. Hope this helps. Good luck!

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  2. Good luck with your decision!

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  3. I just taught this to my niece this weekend. Flip a coin. If it comes up heads and you think, "we should do two out of three" then go with tails. If it comes up heads and you feel relieved, then that's the one! I chose my college this way. And it was the absolutely right decision.

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  4. I'd go with a pro/con list like jcl said.

    That or just get a journal or some paper and start writing and writing. whatever thought comes into your head, goes through your hand and out onto the paper. I came to some really interesting conclusions that way. I guess you could call it the "Stream of Consciousness journaling" on a topic.

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  5. Just as JCL says - make the lists and see it in writing - always works for me. Every major decision in my life is made this way.

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