BLOG POST IDEAS FOR WHEN WRITER’S BLOCK STRIKES
We’ve put together a little catalogue of blog post ideas you can refer to when you are suffering from the dreaded writer’s block! These title ideas are foolproof and can work for you, no matter what your blog is about.
1. A letter to your younger self
A lovely self-indulgent post where you address your younger self, sharing some of what you’ve learnt over the years and how things that you worried about then needn’t have worried you so much. A therapeutic post!
2. Your favourite people on Instagram
A great way to plug your favourite Insta accounts and share what you love about their feeds. There’s always a chance that if you share this post with those people they will share it too.
3. Review the last book you read / movie you saw / series you watched
This can apply to any content you’ve recently consumed and had an opinion about. People love recommendations, so these posts are useful to your readers as well as being great filler content when block strikes.
4. Write a list of top tips in any area
Parenting, relationships, DIY, decorating, driving, gardening, blogging – anything goes. Just write a list of tips in that area that have stood you in good stead. Share your wisdom!
5. Share a recipe you love
It could be a fail-safe recipe you fall back on when you are lacking inspiration, it could be a family recipe or a tasty recipe you made up. Write it out, then cook it and take photos of your process!
6. Share a great community story
You could highlight a local organisation, business or charity that you think are fantastic and deserve a shout out. Maybe go and talk to them, get some quotes for your post and a few pictures.
7. Talk about a current event or news item
If something in the news has prompted you to think about and research an issue, then write an opinion piece on it. Share your post on Twitter and use whatever hashtag is trending on the topic.
8. How to decorate your workspace
Whatever your décor tastes are, put together a little interior design post about how to decorate your workspace to maximise productivity and encourage thinking and concentration.