My morning’s shower seems to be my greatest time of reflecting. I often think that world problems could be solved if all national leaders would put on their bathing suits and jumped into a gigantic shower room together to talk it out. There’s something about soothing, steamy, hot water pulsing on your head that stimulates good thoughts and great ideas. It probably won’t surprise you to know that many of my posting ideas are born in my bathroom. This morning was no exception. Somewhere between conditioning my hair and washing my toes, I had an idea for Wednesdays.
Since I began this blog almost a month ago, I’ve been brainstorming ways that I can enhance my blog and keep with my overall theme of self-improvement. Since I’m only two months away from hitting the half century mark, I was pondering on what I’ve learned from my nearly 50 years on this beautiful planet. I spent my entire time of putting on make up and drying my hair reflecting on my life’s experiences and what I’ve learned from them; basically, the wisdom I’ve acquired in these past five decades. That’s when an epiphany struck me like a burn from a raging hot flat-iron (actually, I really did burn my finger this morning with my raging hot flat-iron–ouch!). If I’ve learned a few things in my short life, imagine how many wise things my blogging buddies have learned with their array of experiences! This revelation is causing me to create Wisdom Wednesdays and I’ll need your help!
I’m seeking volunteers of all ages and experiences, who would be willing to write a guest post about a life experience that has made them gain wisdom. The subject matter can be anything you wish, because I believe we can learn from the smallest of happenings or encounters. If you would like to include a picture with your post, that would be wonderful.
Please indicate in the comments below if you would be willing to participate in Wisdom Wednesdays! I’ll start it with my post tomorrow. I look so, so forward to reading your posts, and I hope you’ll participate. Posts and pictures may be sent to the email address on my contact page. Thank you! 🙂