Starting a Dialogue—This blog already has a life of its own. I chase one story only to come up with five others. I literally have hundreds of ideas for posts and the list grows every day. Since this is a lifestyle blog, the possibilities are endless. Here is just a tiny sample of my “formal” list that is broken down into specific areas:
- Create Your Own Spa-like Bathroom! Here’s How
- Change the Lighting, Change the Mood
- Create a Spa-like Countertop
- Beginner’s guide
- Never Been To a Spa? We’re Going To Change That!
- Choosing the Facial that is Right for You
- What Kind of Massage Do You Want?
- A Scrub? Do I Really Need a Scrub?
- What is a Wrap Supposed to Accomplish Anyway?
- Service Charges, Tips, Resort Fees — What is All of this About?
- Your Spa Voice
- Five Surprising Items I Always Have in My Spa Tote
- Five Hot and Steamy Reads for Summer
- Five Books You’ll Want on Your Coffee Table
- A Spa-based Mystery — Hot Tub Anyone?
- The Spa Philosophy — Three Books You’ll Want to Ponder
- Pack Your Bags — There’s Spas to Visit!
Now, when you remember that many of the items in the list can have multiple sub-topics, you see where this is going. But in spite of all of my ideas, I still want to know what you would like to hear about. What are your suggestions for post topics. Are you interested in trending treatments? Do you want interviews with cosmetic developers? Do you have a spa experience you’d like to share (guest blogger)? Just let me know!
Also, I want this to be an interactive in-person experience. Are you interested in meetups? Do you want classes (in flower arranging, crafts, DYI creams and masks)? What about spa parties? All of these are possible.
You may even be a professional in the industry — an aesthetician, stylist, nail artist, or others — who wants to occasionally share hot tips with Steamy Side Readers. I also hope to connect with people to interview in relation to specific topics.
Something else, is the sharing of ideas. I have to admit, I very seldom comment on even a Facebook post. But I do comment if I feel like I have something of value to add. I hope you know that your comments are valued and valuable. I look forward to hearing from you — together we can make The Steamy Side of Vegas really fun!
It is good to rub, and polish our brain against that of others.
Michel Eyquem de Montaigne (1533 – 1592, French Renaissance philosopher and writer)