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"Look out for choices! They run into habits, character, destiny." So thought Maltbie Babcock. Everyone who knows life well and is accustomed to thinking seriously about it, must agree that he is not putting the case too strongly. It is plainly very true that the success and the satisfaction we experience today depend almost entirely upon the choices and the decisions we made yesterday. For do not our success and happiness depend on the effectiveness with which we solve the many problems which we encounter duties of the shop, the office, the home and the market place? The great majority of the problems of life are judgment problems-- decisions to be arrived at, choices to be made.
The Iowa Homemaker
"A New Judgment Problem for Home Economics,"
The Iowa Homemaker: Vol. 7
, Article 8.
Available at: https://lib.dr.iastate.edu/homemaker/vol7/iss1/8