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Greenwoman -- you are very welcome.

Terri -- long time! Of course we are biased, we identify ourselves with brands that speak about our aspirations and to our qualities. Credibility is subjective, kind of like trust. And it builds over time with reputation. The other question I did not include could be: does it matter?

How many of us can sincerely say we are 100% not biased about any product? Or any person? How do you buy credibility? Is it possible, and if so - would it continue to be credible? Looks like we're all on our own here...

Hello Valeria! Blessings from my garden! I was nominated by Pamm at My Secret Spiritual Dance for an Outstanding Women Bloggers award and I just wanted to thank you for the series. There truly are some wonderful bloggers on that list. Thanks again!

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