I Am Always Ready To Create A Blog Post

I Am Always Ready To Create A Blog Post

Yes, my friend. It is true about me being always ready to create a blog post.

Are you in a state of disbelief?

If you said, β€œYes,” you should not be.

Guess what?

You have the ability to do the same thing.

Hey, do not doubt yourself. You have the power inside of you to make this possible.

So today, I am going to explain to you, how it is possible for any blogger to be always ready to create a blog post (The process is easy and there is no magical mumbo jumbo to it).

Tell Yourself That You Do Not Have All The Time In The World To Create A Blog Post

Believe it or not, I convinced myself that I do not have all the time in the world to create a blog post.

Realistically speaking, the timing is never truly right to create a blog post; however, I do make the time for it.

If I know that I only have three hours (or less) available to me, I will do whatever it takes to create a blog post.

And, it all begins with me knowing exactly what it is I am going to write about.

Use A Content Calendar

To put it simply, a content calendar is a book or a sheet of paper that lets you know what topic you will be writing about on a specific day. Therefore, when I look at my content calendar, I know what topic I am going to write about and I start working on it immediately.

If I want to acquire more knowledge about my chosen topic, I will research it in advance (Which is usually the day before).

Hey, you can do the same, my friend. Brainstorm some topics in advance and jot them down in your content calendar.

It is all about planning; when you plan well, you will be in a much better position to write what you want, when you want (Yes, it is that simple).

A content calendar helps you to save a lot of time.

Practise Freewriting In Your Spare Time

Freewriting is a term that writers use to describe the act of writing sentences and paragraphs without stopping (Choose any topic you like and run with it).

Okay, I will admit that it sounds a bit intimidating.

The truth is that you are going to write a whole lot of rubbish at first. However, if you practise freewriting daily, you will get good at it and in the long run, you will no longer be writing rubbish; you will be producing refined articles.

Once again, it all boils down to knowing your chosen topic from the inside out (And, if you know your topic from the inside out, you are not going to write rubbish).

Hey, I am not kidding. You have to give freewriting a try; it works!

Have A Positive Attitude Toward Blogging

If you have a positive attitude toward blogging, you will want to engage in it regularly.

Also, you have a much better chance of creating a blog post with ease when you see blogging in a positive light.

View the content creation process as fun and not as though it were some form of penance.

Do you have a positive attitude toward blogging?

Believe In Your Ability To Always Create Blog Posts

If you are just starting out in the area of blogging, it is natural to have doubts about your ability to create blog posts.

I want you to know that one of the hardest things that you will ever do as a newcomer to blogging is to create a blog post. However, as time goes along, you will get better at it (And, when you notice yourself getting better at it, your belief in yourself will start to grow).

I have been blogging for a very long time; I have been doing this sort of thing since 2008. Therefore, it is easy for me to convince myself that I can always fill any blank screen in front of me with sentences and paragraphs.

Dear friend, if you develop the unwavering belief that you can always create a blog post whenever you sit down to write one, you will have a written blog post in the end.

So, stop doubting yourself and start believing that you have what it takes to write a blog post.

The Bottom Line

As you have learned, any blogger can be ready to write a blog post if they:

  • Tell themselves that they do not have all the time in the world to write a blog post.
  • Utilize a content calendar.
  • Practise freewriting in their spare time.
  • Have a positive attitude towards blogging.
  • Believe in their ability to create blog posts.

Yes, it is that simple!

Thank you for reading.

61 thoughts on “I Am Always Ready To Create A Blog Post

  1. Great post!

    Yup, a content calendar definitely helps.

    And sometimes, random ideas would come into my mind, and they’re usually good, and I would jot them down in a text document for future purposes.

    Thanks for the other helpful points.

    And thanks for giving me more ideas to add to my ‘ways to bomb your blog’ post. πŸ˜€

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  2. Great post indeed! Freewriting definitely helps with getting words to paper, you can always fine tune what you’ve written. And a content calendar truly helps. But it does depends on what kind of blogs you write. For me a content calendar has pros and cons. Most of my posts are (flash) fiction pieces so a content calendar can help me with a basic prompt for a story. However, I still do need the inspiration and choose the format I want to use when creating that piece of fiction. I’ve gotten pretty good at it in the last few months but to be honest, most of my posts are a form of freewriting. I just write what I feel and fine tune the sentence structure afterwards.

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  3. Morning Renard. It was a pleasure to read your most recent post with my breakfast. I had started a content diary but didn’t realise that’s what it’s called. I’m working on the free writing too. It surprises me sometimes when I do that, when I go back and read for editing, it’s almost ready to go.

    I’ve also been following your tips about scheduling, but hit the wrong button and published Saturday’s post last night πŸ€¦β€β™€οΈ

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  4. first of all thank you for writing such a thoughtful blog Renard, I love giving my input and take part in discussion which grows my knowledge by interacting different people and different contents altogether.
    Thank you so much πŸ‘πŸ‘
    It’s been few month when I started writing on educational topic that really time consuming but I am more than happy, very happy.

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  5. A content calendar is a great idea! Thanks for sharing. Normally, I jot down the random ideas that come to mind, and I will reference that list when I’m not sure what to write about next. Having a day planned for that content though would probably make my decision, and blogging, easier. Thanks πŸ™‚

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  6. Well, that’s me too. But what’s in a name? If a rose would smell as sweet … is a Blog the same as any other? I think not. I can see your posts are well planned, well researched etc. Pretty much everything is pretty much very well done πŸ‘ For me, as a reformed perfectionist and retired educator, I’ve put all of that behind me. I can write something from a photo, a comment, a thought bubble. I think, I write, I share. For me, and the me I am now, it is all about self-expression and creativity. Less process, more creating. In the world of blogging, I guess there’s space to do things differently. Individually. At least, I hope so πŸ™πŸ˜Š

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  7. Really great post and I’m glad you mentioned attitude because I think that’s what makes the difference. If you have a positive attitude you can accomplish a lot more not just with blogging but everything in life.

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  8. Thanks for the ideas, my blogs are essentially based around my weekend ambled with my camera, I do make notes of my observations on my phone but only tend to write them up a few days later.

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  9. I feel the exact same way Renard. I am always itching to draft a blog in my spare time and if I have data/Wi-Fi well it makes my blogging life easier since I just write , edit , proofread and then when satisfied publish my blog postπŸ˜ŠπŸ‘

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  10. Lots of constraints are their in my way to create something exquisite in my view that the web will cherish every moment. How should I able to be those roadblocks breaker?

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