What to do when you lose your blogging mojo

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Have you ever lost your blogging mojo? It also a case of when you have writer block. I have written about writer block before which you can read it here, but how on earth do you overcome your writer block? I like to think that once you have writer block, that when you will be more likely in loosing your blogging mojo. I like to think it when your brain turns to Jelly, you find yourself get distracted, you put it off and find something else to do; It when you’re staring at the screen and nothing comes to forefront.

Well come you guys, start getting your blogging mojo back today, here are my tips on how to achieve this:

Start writing a notebook:

A little old fashion but very effective, it doesn’t even have to be a paper one but you can use one your phone. Whenever you are free, jolt down some ideas.

Brainstorm ideas:

Remember when you was at school and you would brainstorm a topic and then branch off to smaller topic, well the same principal applies here.  Pick a topic, for example fashion – now branch off with it ie, style, woman wear, trends, dresses and etc. It quite surprising on how many ideas you come up with.

Ask your friends or families: 

A simple method really, just ask someone you know really well and  talk through something topical. Having a conversation might trigger something that make you want to put it down into words.

Seasonal topic:

The great thing about this tip is, there is loads you can write about here. For example – Halloween: scary tales, pumpkins caving, and costume. Another example is Spring where you can write about Easter, sunny weather, outdoor activities, and spring fashion. Do you see my point? There’s 4 seasons in a year, use it to your advantage.

Try new topic/genre:

If a certain genre or a topic isn’t floating your boat, try something else instead. It can be refreshing and it will make a break to your usual writing style.

Google Analytic:

If you are fanatic with your stats then you will be closely watching your Google analytic. The great thing about GA is that it give you a break down on what post is popular, it will give you an ideas on what your readers like to read. For example my popular posts are all from my Nostalgic Series, for that I have kept writing the topic on here and continue to use it for my advantage by knowing it what my readers want.

Take a break:

If all else fails, nothing else work then take a break. Go out with your friends, step away from the computer screen and give your brain a rest. The blog will still be here while you are gone.

 

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23 Comments
  • Summer
    October 13, 2015

    Very nice tips dear♥♥

    summerdaisy.net

  • Cole
    March 6, 2017

    I agree with all of this! I frequently lose my blogging mojo, and taking sometime off usually helps. So does planning out content, too, if taking a break isn’t your thing 🙂

  • Allison
    March 6, 2017

    This is so helpful! Especially if you’ve been blogging for a long time, you can 100% lose your mojo suddenly
    Allison from http://www.mercuteify.com

  • Kaycee
    March 6, 2017

    Yes! I have found that keeping a physical notebook at hand has helped me brainstorm ideas for my blog. I also keep a running list on my phone because sometimes inspiration hits at random times like when I’m out of the house.

  • Michelle
    March 6, 2017

    Such great tips, bookmarking for when I’ll need it, (cuz I know I will)

  • Wendy Tomlinson
    March 6, 2017

    Brainstorming is fantastic. I set aside some time yesterday and came up with 3 months worth of content posting twice weekly. It definitely gives you a boost.

  • celeste
    March 6, 2017

    Thanks for sharing this great insight with me. A lot of great info here!

    Warmly,
    Celeste | ohhelloceleste.com

  • Maha
    March 7, 2017

    2 rules I follow religiously is to take breaks and ask friends!! Every time I take some time away from blogging I feel rehevenated and I can actually be more productive!

  • Erin
    March 7, 2017

    Great tips! I’ve had a hard time getting revved back up after the holidays…considering it’s March I better get on it.

  • Beth Patterson
    March 7, 2017

    I think it is a good idea to take a break if you need it! Keeping a notebook of ideas is a terrific way to help when you need a topic to blog about.

  • neha
    March 7, 2017

    Agree with all of these. I did loose my mojo sometimes back but more due to a technical issue and still looking for solution to that. It was a slight change in the domain name. Hope to gain it back in a couple of months

  • Zen Jen
    March 7, 2017

    These are great tips. Sometimes it’s hard to keep it fresh.

  • Krysten
    March 7, 2017

    These are fantastic ways to overcome your blogging rut! I haven’t been there yet, but I know it’s bound to happen, but it is good to be prepared!

  • Azanique Rawl
    March 7, 2017

    I think taking a break has been the best for me. That way, I have time to focus on other things and gain inspiration in other places.

    -xoxo, Azanique
    LotsofSass.com

  • Beth
    March 7, 2017

    Great ideas for writer’s block. I love to brainstorm ideas to see how many I can come up with in 10 minutes or so. It’s really creative!

    Beth || http://www.TheStyleBouquet.com

  • Allison Arnone
    March 7, 2017

    i’m all about that last one (Taking a break) – for me personally, I need to do that to recharge my batteries & wait for the inspiration to return, as it usually does 🙂 great tips!

  • Andrea Broom
    March 7, 2017

    These are awesome tips, I’ve moved recently and it has taken sometime to start my routine again and as much as I enjoy blogging, I’m a little lost with inspo.

  • Marian Mitchell
    March 7, 2017

    These are great tips. I keep a journal and listen to people around me. Oftentimes I get the best ideas from those around me!

  • Taylor Mobley
    March 7, 2017

    Such great advice! I lose my blogging mojo all the time. It’s easy for me to get discourages but I will keep these ideas in mind!

  • Emma
    March 7, 2017

    A while back I felt like my blog wasn’t going anywhere – I took a week off from it, refreshed, came back with renewed vigour and it’s going from strength to strength now!

  • Silvia
    March 8, 2017

    Such a great tips and ideas! I always ask my friends and family what they would be interested in reading!

  • Lindsey
    March 8, 2017

    These are all such great tips… and things I easily forget!!

  • Chasing Potatoes
    March 9, 2017

    Love this article. ❤ This is really helpful for me especially right now I’m kinda losing my blogging mojo. Thanks for sharing.

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