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LEARN: 5 Prompts To Cure Blogger’s Block

BloggersBlock I’m sharing an extra post today since I love y’all so much! Everyone gets it, it’s called blogger’s block. Everyone has their way of getting over it but today I’m sharing the ways I found to solve blogger’s block:

1. Make A List – Whether it be in a notebook or your actual post, make a list of your favorite things, reads, etc. I also use this type of blogger’s block to make round ups! Like these here and here.  

2. Share a sneak-peek – Readers love details, little fun facts, and feeling like they are apart of the behind-the-scenes. Some ideas: your home life, your creative process or home studio, a day in your life, or even funny outtakes. This reminds your readers that you are a human being, and probably share a lot of things in common. Like this one, where I shared a day I spent at the salon! 

3. Q&A – Get to know more of your readers 

4. Before & After – I know I find myself redoing little things around the house or in my closet but never take photos. Document your before and after and maybe share a few tips of how you transformed it. 

5. What’s In My Bag – A post that doesn’t think a lot of thinking! Just arrange the things you find in your purse and label it! I’ve shared my everyday handbagbeach bag & makeup bag

Photo via Pinterest 

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  1. Madellen wrote:

    These are really good tips! I’ve definitely been there before. By the way, I nominated you for a Liebster Award! 🙂 You can check it out here: http://tallsocksandpolkadots.wordpress.com/2014/02/28/liebster-award-2014/

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  2. Chloe wrote:

    I love this! As a blogger and a writer, I get writer’s block ALL THE TIME. These are great tips even for writing short stories and screenplays, not just blogs. Thanks for the great advice!

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  3. Michelle wrote:

    I just decided to take the blog I created for my family in South America to follow my journey through architecture school to a blog about my design interests in general. This was very helpful as I’ve often felt like I wouldn’t know what to write – which was a lot of the reason that I was holding back on making the leap. If you want to check it out http://michelleford.gy/blog/.

    Published 3.31.14
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