Wednesday, 28 October 2015

15 blogging prompts to help you get over writer's block



It happens to the best of us. One day you wake up and the inspiration has left the building. Sometimes with blogging I feel like I've exhausted all my content ideas, but I know I just need to take a step back and wait for the next big idea to come. To help you get out of that blogging funk I've put together a list of 15 post prompts to suit everyone from beauty bloggers to creatives! I'll be trying out a few of these over the next couple of weeks and I can't wait to see what you guys come up with!

1. Make a list of 5 happy things that happened this week

2. Write a letter to your 16 year old self - what would you say?

3. Go out walking for the afternoon and see where you end up. Write about it.

4. Share your thoughts on the last book you read.

5. If you could have 5 fictional people over for dinner, from books, films or TV, who would you pick and why?

6. Talk about where you see yourself in 10 years time.

7. Give readers a tour of your home or bedroom through photos.

8. Do you have a travel bucket list?

9. Visit a royalty free stock image site like Unsplash, pick a random image and describe what you think might be happening or the feelings it gives you.

10. List the best pieces of advice anyone has ever given you.

11. Show readers how you've organised your makeup/clothes/books/stationery or something else in the home.

12. Share your fondest childhood memory.

13. Write about something that really annoys you.

14. Put together a playlist.

15. Tell readers about your favourite place, it could be anywhere!

Comment below with links to your posts so I can have a read! Do you have any ideas you can add to my list?
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4 comments

  1. Great ideas . Thanks it's always needed. Recently did a 20 random facts about me blog

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    1. I get really stuck sometimes so brainstorming lists like this help a lot :)

      Thanks for reading!

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  2. Brilliant list :) I've saved this for future use. Thanks for the little boost of inspiration :)


    Sarah | Sarah's Chapter

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    1. Glad you found this useful Sarah!

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