31 Blog Writing Prompts to Break Your Writer’s Block

Written by Katrina Kirsch

One of the things I do struggle with is content, you know what should I write about without getting too personal. Like everything else, we can find thousands of ideas for our next post on the internet. Of course like everyone else I found several locations or other bloggers that offer up ideas, and this one happen to be one on my list. I think you will enjoy the prompts, now of course feel free to visit the original article, “31 Blog Writing Prompts to Break Your Writer’s Block”, where Katrina offers a whole post about blogging and how to get through any writer blocks, that many of us go through.

Picture credit to Pinterest.

Here is the list of 31 Blog Writing Prompts:

  1. Write about values that matter to you.
  2. Explain a problem in your industry and offer a solution.
  3. Describe a time you were challenged and how you faced it.
  4. Write about the idea of self-care and what it means to you.
  5. Recount a tough lesson you’ve learned lately.
  6. Tell a story about one of the following words: success, fulfillment, growth, and achievement.
  7. Write about how a mentor has changed your perspective.
  8. Describe an event you remember from childhood and how it shaped your career.
  9. Share a relationship that impacted you.
  10. Write about the goals you’d like to work toward in the next five years.
  11. Reveal a superpower you’d love to have and what you’d do with it.
  12. Describe your definition of happiness.
  13. Write about your opinion of the world.
  14. Share a list of your best career tips.
  15. Discuss how flaws can be seen as strengths.
  16. Write about a time when you were incredibly happy or sad.
  17. Share the most recent thing you’ve learned about yourself.
  18. Choose three of your beliefs and why they matter to you.
  19. Dive into life lessons you believe everyone can benefit from learning.
  20. Describe your daily routines and how they impact you.
  21. Imagine your own secret lair and explain what’s inside.
  22. Tell a story about achievement.
  23. Describe the trip of a lifetime.
  24. Share your ideal way to spend a favorite holiday.
  25. Choose three photos with different scenes and create a story to tie them together.
  26. Write about the ups and downs of your first job.
  27. Select a cause you’re passionate about and explain why it matters.
  28. Pick one of your dreams, and describe how you’d bring it to life.
  29. Write about a person you admire.
  30. Explain what makes you feel fragile or strong.
  31. Write about something intangible: faith, magic, energy, power, or creativity.

Some of these prompts are deep and could potentially cause some readers to get upset, scroll away from your post, or maybe provide a witty comment – who knows, but it shouldn’t matter because as bloggers we just want to get information out whatever that may be and it might not necessarily be everyone’s cup of tea, but you can’t please everyone right.

Picture Image Credits: [HubSpot] [The Gingerbread Gem]

Thanks for stopping by this quick post, I will leave you with this thought, “Write from the heart, write as though you are right in front of the people you are speaking to, tell it like it is, be you.

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Strange but true, I was born in San Salvador, as an abroad US citizen. It sounds strange, but you see, my mother was 5 months pregnant and happen to be visiting San Salvador. She slipped and fell in a pool and well, I was born. I am a twin, but unfortunately, he did not make and I did. My mother’s side of the family happens to be well of, and I had the opportunity to live a nice life early in my childhood. You know, private school, servant, nice home, and vacations. Things change when my mother decided to follow my father to the United States and well, that is where my story begins. I started a blog a while back, but life sort of hit and I left it behind, but now as I am a bit older, I decided I needed an avenue to share my experiences with others, while at the same time allowing me to open up and talk like I am on someone’s couch, I guess you could say. This blog will be more like an open book, created by experiences that I have had throughout my life. Experiences that many could relate to and what I did or how I handled it, you know after the fact. You never know there just might be a piece of information, idea, an option that someone could use and it would help them through the experience. Just remember these are my experiences, things I have been through, work through, and lived through – it does not mean I am right, but it does not mean I am wrong – it is simply an experience.

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