This week I’ve been struggling with my blog content. I know some of you might have experienced this too. There are days where my ideas are overflowing and I couldn’t wait to blog about it but there are days where my mind is totally blank and I feel so unmotivated to even try to think of something to write. I don’t wanna stress myself looking for blog posts ideas to write or even trying to think of one s0 I didn’t post at all, which I think is a wrong move. That’s just an excuse for laziness or maybe I just don’t want to get pressured or stressed.
Here are some tips on how to deal with running out of blog posts to write:
1. RELAX. DON’T FRET.
If you really have nothing to write about and you follow a strict blogging schedule, why don’t you relax for a bit and maybe ideas will just flow when you’re mind is at peace. The more you stress about it, the lesser chance you’ll think of something to write.
2. FIND INSPIRATION.
Inspiration can be found everywhere. You can find it in your home, on public places, on the internet, literally everywhere. If it means that you have to get out and explore, go do that. Maybe you can blog about that experience too.
3. READ BLOGS.
Reading blogs can also help you find ideas on what to blog about. Share your own story to what they blogged about, go do your own tagged posts, or answer their questions by making a blog post about it.
4. TAKE PHOTOGRAPHS.
Grab your camera or your phone and take a lot of photos. You can also look at old photos that you took. Photographs can spark up ideas. Talk about your experience that day the photograph was taken, make a post about photography, or you can do a fun throwback post!
5. START A BLOG SERIES.
Having a blog series can really save you from writer’s block. Have your own Sunday Currently post or something similar to that, you monthly faves, photos in a week, or you can go all creative and unique by making your own blog series.
6. MAKE A REVIEW.
Talk about your favorite makeup products, movies, books or whatever you want to make a review on. Write about how you like it, the bad stuff, the good stuff.
If all else fail, Pinterest. There are a lot of writing prompts you can find in that site for whatever type of blog you have.
What do you do when you have writer's block?