Seeking Experts, Editors & Contributors for Wiser Wiki

Wiser Wiki was created as a way to share wisdom, insights and advice. It’s our hope that experts and clever people (maybe you?) will contribute their own bits of knowledge so we can all evolve a little faster in this crazy world!

It’s a real chore to cope in today’s ever-changing environment, and we hope that will help each of you to find a tiny piece of bliss in your corner of the globe!

Types of content…

  • Life hacks
  • Wisdom from people’s experiences
  • Meaningful advice from peers and experts alike
  • Adulting tips
  • Coping skills
  • Important resources
  • Expert opinions on issues that affect our lives
  • Guidance to help us evolve and become better, happier, more satisfied

Created in 2020 by Pauline Wiser of Wiser Innovation.

Her intention is to create a modern handbook for survival, coping, and happiness. It’s a nice idea but she’s going to need a little help to pull it off!

Letter from the Editor

Experts of the world are most welcome and invited to participate. Feel free to promote your professional projects as long as you contribute some bits of expertise to the database as well.

As for non-experts, if you have found some information helpful in your own life, then please share it with the rest of us! It happens often that a tiny bit of wisdom or one single resource can change the course of a person’s life. So don’t hold back! Please share what works for you.

We’d really appreciate your help (on a volunteer basis for now – maybe one day we can hire a core team).

If you have any questions or comments, feel free to use our contact form to reach the Administrator of If you’d like to participate, use the contact form to reach out with some brief details about what kind of interest you have, and a few online links that we can check out to get a better idea of who you are.

In order to participate, you’ll need a free account at

cheers and warm regards,

Pauline Wiser
Founding Editor

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