There, now you have an ear worm too!
Over the last few weeks, just when I thought that I was finally getting around to reading the end of the Internet, I started reading blogs, lots of blogs. I’ve had one or two saved over the years that I follow pretty religiously, but this recent craze of mine is, well, blog-a-lishous! I’ve found stuff that interests me, stuff that doesn’t, people who are living out their dreams, and those who are having a tough time with life. I’ve learned new ideas, new techniques, and new trends.
The best thing I have found from reading blog after blog after blog is inspiration. It’s funny that in this world full of billions of people that you can find something to read, by a real person, about something that you are interested in all the while gaining a new and different type of perspective other than the same old boring one you’ve been dragging around for years.
What’s that definition of insanity; doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results? Is that totally true? For the most part, yes it is, but in the world of blogging there can be 50 (or even 5000) of the same type of blog, but each one will have a different outcome or result. Why is that? I believe that it’s one trait that we are all born with, but some people never realize it while others take it and amazing things happen. It’s called creativity. I’m sure there’s some study out there about creativity and the traits that one has to hold to gain maximum potential. I mean, there really is only one Sistine Chapel, right?
I really want to work on my creative traits that I know are lurking just below the surface. I want to be able to push back from my desk and look at my blog and see something that probably a gaggle of other people have out there, but is uniquely mine and it stands out for me. I want to be proud of what has grown out of a whim and hopefully into something great, something that I can cultivate like a garden and watch thrive and grow.
I want the finished product to be kind of like a piece of sea glass. You throw broken bottle pieces into the sea, and on a beach somewhere thousands and thousands of miles away the most beautiful piece of tumbled glass that is as unique as I am is found by another creative soul who will use that piece of glass for inspiration.