Running low on ideas seems to be an issue most of the bloggers face every now and then. At least, this is how I explain myself the numerous posts on this topic I come across every day. Is this a concern that readers would be disappointed if they don’t find you posting with your usual frequency? Or is it maybe a concern that they’d go away and never ever come back to read your blog again? Or maybe that’s just their ego, not allowing them to just break the routine and skip posting until they have something to say to their readers…
Whatever the reasons, we want to be creative and to live up to the expectations of others. That’s why we need backup plans and strategies. Let’s see some of them:
Pat B. Doyle provids her readers with an impressive list of 23 great ideas for blog posts.
Lisa, from Hit Those Keys tells about counterweighs to beat Inertia and produce “New Work”.
Spinebreakers publish an audio interview with an author who has never experienced writer’s block. It seems that having multiple jobs ongoing at the same time is key for him to never have this problem.
Finally, this is how Rudyard Kipling explains the six words which prevent writer’s block.
What’s your way? Do you want to get rid of your writer’s block when it comes, or you are just living it to the full and stop posting for a while?