intr.v. dith·ered, dith·er·ing, dith·ers
To be nervously irresolute in acting or doing.
A charming word that brings to mind times gone by. Can’t imagine the internet generation speaking of dithering though indecision still with us. For much of the time in recent years dithering has been a constant companion. That doesn’t make it a good friend. I will try to dither less and act more. For those like me who may be addicts here a step towards a recovery programme. Read it now but be aware that may just be another way to avoid doing what you really need to.
At least when it comes to calling time for today I shall be resolute.
Have a good day