Myomy Story | Calling for a Guest Post | You Take the Spotlight
It struck me the other day that I have been hogging the stage a little around here, and everything I write about is generally related to MY life and MY issues etc. And, while that is a huge part of the “personality” of myomytv, I feel it could be so much more if I quit being such an attention-seeker
Every morning my main highlight is reading your comments here. I love to see people returning time and time again, and joining me on this journey. I also love seeing comments from people who are new or people who have sat silent for 2 years and never commented before. The community spirit here is awesome! Everyone is pleasant and respectful of each other and I almost never get negative comments. I feel very grateful to have this wonderful platform to communicate to you with, so I want to hand the mic over to you. Let’s hear your story, from centre stage, rather than the comment section.
Many people might identify with the things I talk about, but everyone’s life reflects a slightly different light when being faced with similar challenges and blessings – this is what makes humanity so abundant and brilliant; common threads with individual twists.
I want to open up the stage to you! It would be my pleasure to host a series of guest posts from my readers if anyone feels moved to tell their fitness story, share what inspires them, post their own workout (with video if they choose), or just talk about something important to them (like reaching a milestone, an awesome training day, a piece about inner strength). I know that there are many people here who would love this … including me
Over the coming weeks, I will hopefully have enough material to post Your blog entries once a week.
If anyone is interested, then obviously feel free to comment here, but also email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and call it “Myomy Story” and let me know your thoughts.
The post can be as long or short as you like, serious or funny, topic specific or random thoughts. ANYTHING (provided it’s not rude … although I’d probably get a kick out of that, others may not). Obviously I would ask that it isn’t offensive.
Anyway, I am excited to hear back from you on this, so let’s get the fingers typing !