7 Places to Find Inspiration When Fighting Blogger’s Block!πŸ’™

This is for all of my blogging friends that are currently fighting blogger’s block OR blogger burnout due to lack of inspiration for their posts! I hope this helps and sparks new ideas for you to write/post about πŸ’›
Sometimes, my posts are inspired by my current situations or circumstances. It’s a great way for me to vent. I don’t put too much of my personal business on here though. Instead, I try to deflect it in a positive or encouraging way. In the process of encouraging you, I’m also encouraging me too!
“Somebody somewhere is waiting for the wisdom of your experience.. it will serve as their life jacket through the storm.” -Derron E. Short Never be ashamed of your story. Help people heal through your words.
I love Pinterest !! It’s literally one of my FAVORITE social media sites. I get so many ideas from there that it’s unreal. Different dinner ideas, blog post ideas, pictures, DIY projects, wedding decor ideas, birthday party ideas and sooo much more!! Browse through there for a little bit and get inspired! For my blogs, a lot of times the picture quotes are enough inspiration for me. If I can relate to the quote in any kind of way then I’ll write about it. If that doesn’t work for you, you can also type in the Pinterest search bar “Blog Post Ideas” and a huge variety of them will pop up!! Pinterest is very helpful when you’re looking for inspiration.
Create a list of something – People are lazy. They don’t want to waste time on searching and gathering information. That’s the reason why lists are popular.
For example:

  • 5 Ways To Love Yourself More
  • 7 Ways To Keep a Consistent Relationship With Christ
  • 3 Ways To Improve Your Mental Health

I originally created a Twitter Account to discover more bloggers and connect with them. But here lately, I’ve gotten in the habit of following a lot of other inspirational people that I don’t even think have blogs! Why? Because I love their tweets! It’s like their tweets speak to personal parts of my life and they are so encouraging!! Sometimes, the tweets they share spark up blog post ideas for me! If I can relate to it in any way, shape, form or fashion, then I might write about it or if their tweets relate to any of my posts I’m working on then I might add their tweet in it. (See how I used Derron E. Short’s Tweet/Quote in this current post here? Number 2.)

Write down all your goals for the current year or dreams where you want to be in 5 years time. It gives nice pressure and motivation to achieve the goals, and it will excite your loyal followers.

Make a post including interesting facts about yourself and let your readers get to know you a little better!😜

I hope these few little tips help you just a little bit if you’re struggling with blogger’s block! I’ll be making another post like this to share some more ideas later. I enjoy looking out for my fellow bloggers and helping y’all out when & if I can. It’s enough room for all of us to be great!! Thanks for reading and visiting my blog today!! Sending lots of love and positive vibes your way πŸ’›


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Hi, I'm Jessica! New Blogger. 26 years young. Married. Super Mom of two boys.. Keeps me busy! I'm also a full-time worker & entrepreneur. The overall goal of my blog page is to inspire and promote personal growth. I'll be sharing a wide range of ideas, experiences, updates, different ways to earn extra cash, and different ways to be the struggle of debt. I'll also be speaking quite a bit on different topics such as depression/anxiety, mental health, the importance of being positive, the importance of sacrifice, sharing some of my favorite cooking recipes and sooo much more!! I'm very humbled that you stopped by to visit my page & I pray that you continue to tune in with me! You won't regret it :)

48 thoughts on “7 Places to Find Inspiration When Fighting Blogger’s Block!πŸ’™”

  1. You are God sent. I love it. I had this situation early this month. I normally use Pinterest to look for a fashionable way to combine my dressing and also if i want to decorate something. Never thought to make it as a pool to get great ideas. I will try it sometime.

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  2. What a great post for writers block. I’m relatively new to blogging so haven’t had an issue yet, but will definitely take some of your ideas when I do. Thank you!!

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      1. Being myself and honest in my writing. Reading and commenting on other bloggers post. Sometimes it helps if I leave my link on their post after I comment as well. I’ve connected with a lot of bloggers through Twitter, Blogging Trains and community pools through wordpress. I genuinely make posts to try and help out fellow bloggers as well. I believe all of that sums up how I gain readers. I also try to make sure I’m connecting with people in my niche too.


  3. Fantastic post with amazing advice Jessica! I have been writing a lot lately, but now was having a little writers block, so this was just what I needed! You are a phenomenal person with such incredible ideas. I am so glad that I am able to follow you and get to know you!!!
    I hope you have a wonderful and relaxing weekend!!

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  4. Sometimes I write lists of things I already did, just so I can cross them off as finished. Being able to visually see it is very satisfying. Great suggestions for bloggers block (clever phrase!). Thank you for sharing them.


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