Do you ever try to sympathize or help someone with a problem or something and they seem to blow off your advice or make it seem like you can't possibly know what they're going through?
I get frustrated by this. I know my situation isn't EXACTLY like yours or yours (or yours). God made us walk differing paths. But didn't He also give us compassion and empathy?
Today, this season, this coming year, always - if someone tries to give you advice or help you with something (whether it be improving your blog, living healthier, parenting, your walk with Jesus, your marriage), please take it into consideration. Even if they are on a different journey than you or they don't have something you have (or have something you don't have). Because I believe we are all here to make footprints in other lives, to help out one another.
Don't underestimate the wisdom people have acquired in their lives. Speaking for myself, I have often felt when I've given advice that friends don't often see me as a Christian leader or someone with wisdom in other realms of life (motherhood, marriage, healthy living, academia). I am by no means experts in these fields, but I have read enough and learned enough through my own life. I just wish people wouldn't underestimate my abilities.