by Megan Sy, M.S.
One of the many benefits of the internet is having the ability to access large amounts of information at once. We live in a world where we can read reviews for doctors’ services, compare dozens of products, and find different ideas or suggestions for how to do anything. The accessibility of information is great in that we can become better consumers. But having all these options can also sometimes create indecision. What if there is something better out there? What if I can find something that will make me happier? What if there is a better deal available?