I’m going to ossify our process a little.
First, I’m changing from “Tags” to “Categories,” because categories allow hierarchies, and they always can be found on page 1. I got tired of searching linearly for the PIAVA article so I could link to it! Now you can go directly to all PIAVA articles just by clicking on the Category. Only the most recent articles have been changed so far, but I’ll use this strategy going forward. Hierarchies don’t show up in the page-1 Category list (it’s in alpha order), but they’re there. For instance, the PIAVA Category is a subset of the Manifestation Category, so if you click on the Manifestation Category, you’ll get all the PIAVA articles too. If you click on PIAVA, you only get the PIAVA articles.
And second, I’m going to try to adhere to a “tell ’em what you’re gonna tell ’em, tell ’em, then tell ’em what you told ’em” strategy, with a Bottom Line paragraph at the beginning, a How We Got There tome in the middle, and a Where Did We End Up? paragraph at the end. If I don’t get that format on the first pass because I’m in a hurry to get something out the door, I’ll try to come back and add the first and last paragraphs as soon as I get time. I thought about just doing a separate blog with no astrologuese in it, just the naked conclusions, but I decided this strategy was better.
I’ve added an Administrative Details Category for things like this.
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