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What Can I Blog About? 17 Ways to Remove Blogger’s Block

What Can I Blog About? 17 Ways to Remove Blogger’s Block

I know what it’s like.

You’re all fired up to tick off “write blog post” from your to-do list, so you sit at the keyboard, hands poised and … your brain is fried. Empty. Random thoughts and ideas might jump in and be dismissed as rapidly. Nothing sticks. No idea seems good enough.

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Beating Writer’s Block – Fill Your Blog

Beating Writer’s Block – Fill Your Blog

Having to keep up a regular schedule is something many people do well. There is another cohort of us who have great intentions. Other things seem to get in the way and we find ourselves staring at a blank blog page for a few days or, even worse, weeks. Ok. Maybe months. Anyone see tumbleweeds?

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Writer’s Block: How To Put It Behind You

Writer’s Block: How To Put It Behind You

From time to time, I get writers block. For some reason, the ideas simply don’t come. There I sit just staring at the screen……..nothing happening. Or I just write something, delete it, write something else, delete it again. I suppose anyone who writes will get writers block at some point. Here are ways I manage to break through writers block.

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How To Write Better

How To Write Better

Ok so here’s the deal. I’m checking out this new gizmo to really motivate the writing habit.

See, people on forums and blogs that I read are invariably fessing up about the fact that they know they have to write / love to write / want to write but just don’t do it. For whatever reason.

It could be that ‘blank sheet = blank mind’ kind of thing.

Or maybe they have so many ideas popping into their head they don’t know where to start.

For some it’s a matter of not feeling worthy ‘but so many people have written about this before and so much better, what have I got to contribute, who’d want to hear me say it” or some other variation of self doubt.

The whole point being that either people then procrastinate before actually getting the writing read on ...