21 blog posts you could write today…

Many thanks to Kate and her blog canigetanotherbottleofwhine for giving me the idea for this post.

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If you are looking for inspiration for a new post, why not choose from a list like this?

  1. Your day in photos (take a photo every hour from wake to sleep).
  2. Your most excruciatingly embarrassing moment.
  3. A letter to your 16 year old self. What advice would you give?
  4. Your celebrity dinner party. Who would you invite?
  5. A how-to post on something you know nothing about
  6. An anti-bucket list: the things you hope to never do before you die
  7. The last thing that made you cry
  8. Your earliest childhood memory
  9. The most difficult decision you’ve ever made. Write from the heart.
  10. Seven things you learned from being a child.
  11. A letter to your mum/grandma/child
  12. Write your obituary.
  13. A guide to the town where you live
  14. What’s the worst birthday or Christmas present you have received?
  15. Write a review: on anything… a film, a book, an App, a meal you have eaten.
  16. Find your most popular blog post and then write an update on it
  17. Write a DIY step-by-step guide on how to make something
  18. Create a post asking for advice on something that’s troubling you. People love to offer wisdom.
  19. Share the favourite room in your home, and why you love it
  20. Share a secret you’ve never told anyone. Until now.
  21. Write a list of things for people to blog about. Pretty much like this one!

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Have you been inspired to use any of these ideas?   Or have you already written a post on one of these?  I’d love to see the link in the comments below, so I can read it!

 

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