There is advice everywhere I look. From the psychology and health related blogs I read (“How to Keep Your Kids Safe This Summer!” “10 Steps to Being a More Engaged Mom!”) to the home improvement blogs I enjoy (“How To Rip Out Carpet!” “Painting Your Deck with Ease!”) to the healthy living/fitness blogs I skim (“Cut Out Gluten for a Flatter Stomach!” “Train for a Marathon This Summer!”).Â I have to admit I have reached my breaking point when it comes to reading advice.
Who are these advice-givers anyway?Â And do they follow their own advice?Â Can any of us really be expected to do all these things we’re “supposed” to do?
I know, I know, my blog is full of tips, advice, strategies too.Â And believe me, sometimes I read my own words and they sound a bit like blah blah blahhhhhhhh to me as well.
Do you ever feel like you are being bombarded with advice? How do you cope? How do you choose what to tune out?
Advice, tips, coping strategies are all great things. But just like everything else: moderation is key. With that, I will follow my own advice and not offer any today.