Nov 062013
 
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BlahBlogBustersI’ve been blogging for a long time (almost 7-1/2 years!!!) and there are times that I feel like I’ve run out of things to say. There are only so many times I can write about how busy I am or why I haven’t been blogging much!

So if you’re feeling like your blogging is blah, here are some tips for coming up with ideas for posts.

1. Check your site stats. What’s your most visited post currently? Mine is my step-by-step instructions for making pumpkin roll.

2. Organize something and take pictures before and after pictures. I was so inspired by the 31 Days to Organize Your Kitchen Frugally posts at Organizing Homelife. Expect to see some posts from me on that soon!

3. Find a fun Pinterest project and try it yourself. Did it work? Here’s my very best Pinterest project – My Fireplace Makeover.

4. Find a meme that looks fun and join in. I like blogging through the alphabet at Ben and Me. (Not that I’ve ever come even CLOSE to making it through the alphabet.)

5. Share some great freebies you’ve found on other blogs. Look at the Philippians 4:6-7 printable at His Mercy is New. Or better yet, make your own. Here’s a printable Homeschool Evaluation form.

6. Write a review. Pick something that you really love and tell everyone why. Or compare 2 products. One of my all-time favorite posts was this one comparing Sonlight to Tapestry of Grace.

7. Make a list. They’re always fun!

 

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  3 Responses to “Blah Blog Busting Post Ideas”

  1. That’s a good list. I’ll have to try some of them as I deal with blogging blahs at times too. 🙂

  2. Thanks for sharing my free printable. 🙂

  3. Hi! I’m visiting from LetsHomeschoolHighSchool. I can imagine running out of things to write about after so many years. I wonder if you’ve changed your views on anything since you started homeschooling and started this blog. Is there a blog post you’d rewrite differently. Just a thought because I know I have a few little things I can probably say I’d change.

    Let me add another to your list. 😉 I’d like to suggest that bloggers head on over to Letshomeschoolhighschool and link up to the November blog roll. LHSHS would love to have you back again. 🙂
    info@letshomeschoolhighschool.com

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