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FIVE SIMPLE WAYS TO COME UP WITH THE NEXT BLOG TOPIC

FIVE SIMPLE WAYS TO COME UP WITH THE NEXT BLOG TOPIC

FIVE SIMPLE WAYS TO COME UP WITH THE NEXT BLOG TOPIC
FIVE SIMPLE WAYS TO COME UP WITH THE NEXT BLOG TOPIC

Everyone has a passion for something. Some of us foster it enough to write our own blogs online. However, after a certain time, some sort of block sets in. There are no more new ideas to write about, or just the subject doesn’t seem to be expanding. Every blogger, both professional and amateur, comes to a point when there are days on end and no new posts get updated and you start thinking about your next blog topic.

If you are one of those affected by this sort of irritating issue, you don’t need to abandon the pursuit of blog writing altogether. It is actually quite simple to resume it and let the words flow again. Here are five simple ways to come up with the next blog topic whenever you feel lost.

Give travelling a chance

The most obvious of reason for not having anything to write new, is simply because you haven’t experienced something new. Travelling to various destinations that you want to and are able to can’t affect your writing negatively in any way. Vacation for a short while does not only refresh the mind of the blogger, but also gives insight into new ideas. Try travelling to somewhere that is significant to your subject. Even if you aren’t actually able to go far, a nearby locale in which you experience a change of your current environment would do you good. For example, someone writing a blog on environmental concerns might visit a nearby factory, and determine why we need to cause so much pollution. You will soon realize that you don’t need a formal degree in journalism and mass communication to become a good blog writer.

Try talking to your friends and peers

We are always befriended with at least three people who actually have a deep interest in our blog. It can do you no harm to try asking them what the blog should require to advance to a further stage. At the same time, you can also get a second opinion about your style of writing and the content you post on your blog. It may not only help you get new ideas for your blog, but also filter out any faults or misrepresentations you may have in your blog. You don’t need to announce it to everyone you meet, just one or two confidants you are sure to trust.

Explore various entertainment media

Believe it or not, TV and video games today can teach you a lot more about stuff than most books. It might sound absurd, but entertainment media has become much more exciting and educational. You may find various books, comics, animation courses and magazines elaborating the content in the same way, but every movie on the same topic does differ more or less depending how it is depicted. Video games offer a vivid and interactive way into any subject in existence. Moreover, it offers a calm and smooth way to relax your nerves and challenges your cognitive skills in a way nothing ordinarily would. This helps improve brain activity and therefore improve creativity.

Relieve physical and mental stress

The main reason why most creative artists hit a roadblock is the fact that they encounter some sort of crisis in life. Either they have an accident, contract some mental illness or lose a loved one. A trauma may affect someone in the worst of ways, but developing some sort of tension or a feeling of depression may have the same effect on creativity. In such a bleak scenario it is best to seek solace and be at peace with one’s own self. Meditation, exercise, grievance counselling, or go for a Physiotherapy Course etc. are some of the numerous ways you can get physical and mental stress removed. This would help you get right back on track and immediately flow new and wonderful ideas for the next topic for your blog.

Revisit older blogs

Human beings are not perfect. Whenever we work on something there are always a few details that are left out. The same is the case with blog writing. If at any point in time you hit a wall, maybe it is time to start backtracking. Reviewing your own blogs and those written by someone else on the same topic might jog up your memory. For the time that has passed since you first wrote it, there are certainly a few things you wanted to write about, but didn’t have a clue and therefore abandoned the idea altogether. Now that you have had some experience, you may have what you need and start on the topic you wanted back then. Searching through other blogs is also effective. There are always some things they missed and, since you perceived it from a different viewpoint, you were able to figure it out. This would definitely be able to open a path for you for an original topic for your own blog.