Sometimes you just run out of blog post ideas. We all go through it at some point. You feel like you’ve hit on every topic. I wanted to offer you a few quick ideas.
Local Hot Spots
Pinterest is full of city guides. City guides aid visitors or people looking for something to do in a particular city. Create a blog post that is similar to a city guide. Include your own personal favorite spots to eat, shop, and have fun.
Take a walk down memory lane. Write a blog post reflecting on your favorite things from your childhood. If you can’t think of any favorites, reflect on a favorite childhood memory.
Day In The Life
Although it may seem a little pretentious, this could be fun. You can throw in your favorite places to eat, what you listen to in the car, and a quick and easy dinner recipe. Make it a quick recap of your day, but don’t worry about the details (unless you want to include them).
Dream Vacation Spots
Everyone has at least one or two vacation spots in mind. Write why you’re interested in these locations. If you’ve already taken a dream vacation, write about your experience.
Why You Started Your Blog
You started your blog for a reason, right? Tell the readers why. This is an opportunity for you to open up to your audience. Be yourself and keep it real.
Sharing personal goals will help with accountability. Also, your audience may reach out to you with helpful tips and motivational statements. You never know who you may inspire or who may inspire you.
Hopefully, this was helpful. Check out a few of my other blog tools. If you have any blog topics fellow bloggers could use list them below!