Question Time

Posted by on Apr 24, 2013 in Creativity, Kaizen-Muse, SoulCollage, Ultimate Blog Challenge | 4 comments

Question Time

As we approach the end of the Ultimate Blog Challenge, which has found me seeking out blog ideas every day for the month of April, I’m hearing from several of you that you’re finding my posts helpful and even inspiring. I’m very gratified to hear that, because when you put these things out in the world it’s often difficult to know if you’re being as clear and/or helpful as you’re hoping to be.

I’m hoping, then, that you’ll help me plan where to go from here. I did this challenge because I honestly wasn’t sure that I could come up with something worth posting every day for a month. Obviously, I succeeded far beyond my initial expectations. But I don’t know what has been most helpful to you, what you might like to hear more or less about, or if there are topics I haven’t addressed that you’d like me to tackle.

So: is there anything I’ve discussed that you’d like to hear more about? Anything I haven’t talked about at all that you wish I would? Anything else that comes to mind a worthy (or perhaps unworthy) topic for discussion? Want more about SoulCollage®? Kaizen-Muse? Laughter Yoga? Or something more general? Now’s the time to let me know!

Give me a shout in the comments and I’ll see what I can do. Thanks!

Image by Marco Bellucci.


  1. I would love to do a guest post on other peoples blogs, but I get shy and nervous. I always feel that my writing isn’t good enough, or that my topic wont be interesting enough. I would love to read more about overcoming anxiety, and trusting in yourself!

    • Great question, Diane–thank you so much! It’s actually something probably best broken down into several topics, because this sort of anxiety can be the result of a few different issues. I’ll get on it! (You might want to read about my own journey overcoming stage fright (and continuing to fight that demon), though I used a lot of brute force and stubbornness, which is not ideal for most people. There are much gentler ways!)

  2. I have found that if I blog about topics that I am passionate about, I never run out of things to say. Oftentimes, I get ideas from something a reader shared in a comment on my blog. I personally only read one of Michelle’s daily idea emails but perhaps her ideas can inspire you.
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    • Thanks, Rachel. This isn’t about me being out of ideas, though–it’s about seeing what creative blocks or related issues people are wondering about, and where I might be able to help. :)

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