12 Responses to “How To Write A Blog Post When You Don’t Feel Like It”

  1. Mimi

    Hello Laura,

    another great blog post with helpful tips. Thank you for this one.

    I know these days when blogging becomes a chore too well. I still rememember, back in June this year I was very tired of blogging and writing in general. So I decided to take a break from blogging/writing in the entire July. It helped! In August I was so eager to blog and write again that I couldn’t wait getting on my laptop. 😀

    Besides, I also have a kind of structure for my book reviews. I simply copy and paste it and then fill it out with the information and my opinion of the book. It’s much easier this way and I enjoy writing reviews more again, since I created this structure.

    Have a nice evening!
    Mimi

    • Laura

      Hi Mimi!
      I’m sorry you were struggling with blogging back in June, but I’m glad the break helped! I think that’s sometimes the best thing to do, because you don’t have to worry about it for a while, and you’re enthusiastic to jump back in when you start blogging again.
      And I love the sound of your review structure! I bet that makes it so much easier! Maybe I’ll have to try something similar and see if it works for me, because I tend to struggle a lot with reviews.
      Thanks for commenting 🙂

  2. Angela

    Having a list of ideas is great! Also, if you participate in memes like Can’t-Wait Wednesday or Top Ten Tuesday, it can be really motivating to do several of them at one time – it helps you blog ahead and you get a really good feeling of accomplishment!

    • Laura

      I’ve always meant to take part in Top Ten Tuesday, but haven’t yet! It probably does make it easier to blog ahead, so I may have to hurry up and join in with some memes.

  3. Aj @ Read All The Things!

    Haha, this is me right now. I’ve been working on my Halloween post all month, and it’s still not done because I haven’t been able to concentrate on it. My brain is too tired for blogging.

    • Laura

      It really sucks when you find yourself struggling to concentrate. I hope you manage to finish your Halloween post and feel less tired soon!

  4. Marie @ Drizzle & Hurricane Books

    These are lovely tips, thank you so much for sharing! I always have lists and lists of ideas, whenever something pops up in my mind I write it down, no matter how small or big the idea is. This always helps me when I’m out of inspiration and reassure me, too, haha 🙂

    • Laura

      Keeping a list of ideas is definitely a good way to make things less stressful. I just can’t come up with ideas under pressure, so it’s good to have a list I can look at and just pick something off! 🙂

  5. Becky @ A Fool's Ingenuity

    Great post and definitely one I need to reference often. Especially now when I am now trying to get into blogging and have no idea how to get my brain on board to actually write some blog posts! I have found starting as soon as I get back from work helps, although I sometimes get sucked into other things when I do that. And just throwing some words on a page is good. It kind of makes me believe I can blog even when I find I keep none of what I originally wrote, the pressure of a bank page goes if I just start writing.

    • Laura

      Starting as soon as I get home from work helps with me too. If I sit down and start reading or watching TV or something, then it’ll probably be hours before I manage to motivate myself to get on with it, if I do at all.
      And definitely, throwing words at the page can be good. It’s better than staring at a blank page!

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