How often are you faced with one or two choices only to discover there actually may be more options? Hopefully, this happens to you all the time. If not, please read on. Discover how to find a third, fourth or even fifth option.
For example, I was on social media and noticed that red meat was a topic of discussion. Here’s one of the headlines: Where’s The Beef? New Study Finds Red Meat Not Bad
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A while ago a new study came out and it was immediately embraced without nary a question as truth by those with an axe to grind and/or financial/political incentive to do so.
My own inherent bias against the study made it doubly hard for me to find the truth. But embracing my bias was a good start. Below are some tips I used in my thought process. Hope they help you, too! 😀
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In 2014 I took a whole bunch of photos of this cool event at a local shopping mall (Natick Mall, Natick MA). Please enjoy the pics — I think we can all use a nice diversion from time to time.
The LEGO Americana Roadshow was mainly United States monuments and historic buildings — all made out of LEGO building blocks. At a distance they look quite real. Impressive!
There were also LEGO sundries which I also took some snapshots of. Please share if you like this blog.
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