Topics to give you inspiration for blog posts

Topics to give you motivation for

Do you love to blog? Do you also get major writers block and have to freaking clue what to blog about sometimes? Yeah? Well, I am here to save the day. I am going to give you topics to motivate your brain to come up with some blog topics.

Am I writing this because I have no other blog post ideas…? Hmmmm



Do you have a favorite recipe that you tweaked to make your own or is entirely your creation? Blog about it. Do you hate certain foods that everyone else normally loves? Blog about it. Is everyone in your house a picky eater and you feel like you are the only non picky eater? Blog about it. Do you just like food altogether? Blog about it.


Ever had a total embarrassing fail that you now look back on and laugh about? Yeah, people love to read about that stuff.  Humans are weird… People get more enjoyment out of your fails than your accomplishments. Whatever, blog about it!


This topic gives to many blog post ideas. Especially toddlers. Blog about how they get on your nerves or how they are why you are who you are. Blog about their odd habits or their amazing achievements. Blog about their triumphs. Literally, you can blog about their favorite toy and why it is their favorite. You can blog about the crazy things they do and how you think you might have a nervous breakdown. Literally anything really. Children are relateable and people like reading things they can relate to. 


Do you have a pretty awesome or maybe even not so awesome but would like to share it with the world? Blog about it. Do a How-to blog post. Readers love those posts. You can literally go in so many directions with this one. You can share how to clean an attic in under 20 minutes, how-to make a bread-less sandwich or how to blog in general. Use your hobby as a base. 

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Everyone has these. Blog about them. Write about something you struggle with daily or have struggled with and how you over come/came it. Blog about all that comes with these struggles. Blogging about your trials lets other’s know that you are going through/have gone through something that your readers have. Like I said, people like to read things that are relatable.


You can also go in so many directions with this. You can give advice about anything you know about, something you went through, something you know how to do. You can give your best advice for first time mom’s on how to deal with little to no sleep. You can give advice on how to blog. Really, sky’s the limit with this one. For example, I have a lot of sarcasm in my blog, therefore, naturally I write sarcastic advice like, “How not to be an asshole.” 

Asking for advice

You can go the complete opposite with is and ask your readers for advice/opinions on something. Something that is new to you  and don’t know how to get through. Besides, interacting with your readers is super important. Maybe you’re a fashion blogger, and need help figuring out what outfit goes good with what shoes. Maybe you’re a mom blogger (Like me) and need advice on how to potty train. 


This topic is endless. Do you have something that you do that is like a shortcut and makes life easier? Blog about it. People love shortcuts to an easier life. Life hacks are everywhere. Blog about how you potty trained your 2 year old in 3 easy steps, or how you upcycled a plastic bottle and now use it everyday, or how you conserve water with one easy step… Anything that has made your life easier, blog about it. 


I hope this had opened up your mind to a variety of blog post topics to write about. Writer’s block is tough to deal with when you want to stay up to date with your audience. 



33 thoughts on “Topics to give you inspiration for blog posts

    1. Hacks are the best. I look those up a lot. I love the videos on facebook of the random life hacks and that motivates me to really pay attention to how I do things daily to see if I have shortcuts.


  1. Great list of good ol’ standbys. Although I confess I’ve been at this for 5 yrs and NEVER faced writer’s block. My bullet journal helps me keep all my ideas where I can find them weeks after the brainstorms hit. But in my previous line of writing, writer’s block ALL. THE. TIME. Guess that’s ’cause I was really meant to be blogging instead LOL!

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    1. You must be the blogging wizard. lol There are some weeks where writers block is non existent and I have endless topics and other weeks I got nothing.


  2. I have definitely been low on the ideas for writing as of lately. Fails are a huge favorite of mine and now I want to dig some up and write about it.

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  3. I run a food blog and the biggest challenge for me is thinking of a recipe and getting it right! Maybe I should write about my failed attempts as well eh? Makes for an interesting story for sure.

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  4. I have done all these things one time or another except I really think the fails one. I wouldn’t have thought of doing that before but I do think it would make for an interesting post. I will have to figure out a way to do one.

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    1. I hate when I draw a complete blank. Sometimes when that happens, I go back to the beginning of when I started blogging and read some old posts and get inspirations for new ones or Part 2’s.


  5. I never thought about blogging about fails before. With social media, it’s so easy to think that people just don’t have bad days anymore, or that they succeed at everything they do. Posts on fails would help remind us that we’re all human, and that making mistakes or just flat out sucking at something is part of being us.

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    1. Yessss! I am surprised you haven’t thought of it before. I mean, literally EVERYONE makes mistakes and some of them are too hilarious too not share with the world. lol


  6. Even though my blog is only focused on food and recipes, I can still get a lot of ideas from this post! I typically post only the recipes that look great, but it may be fun to post some fails, too!

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