Blogging Thoughts

I often wonder how other bloggers arrive at what they will write about.

Do you have notebooks with ideas jotted down or just find inspiration hitting you whilst living life or maybe open a blank post and wait for what happens next?

I tend to feel possible posts trickling into my mind as I am doing other things and eventually sit down to write before I have forgotten what the idea was.

The original idea very often changes into something else like it has today because I am never sure how interested others would be in a random thought relating to something that may be very specific to me.

My Tramore

Perhaps those are the things people are interested in.

What are your blogging processes?

Author: socialbridge

I am a sociologist and writer from Ireland. I have worked as a social researcher for 30 years and have had a lifelong passion for writing. My main research interests relate to health care and sense of place.

25 thoughts on “Blogging Thoughts”

  1. Inspiration usually, anger or irritation sometimes, appreciation and joy. On occasion, a series on a topic requiring actual research. I like your ‘trickle’ theory. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. What ever inspires me to write. Usually another’s blog or a creative idea or perhaps a picture that I’ve taken or something that I made..Or an unusual happening

  3. For years I posted a photo with title, and no comments. I posted because I liked the photo. Recently. I have added comments to explain the photo, since they are tending to be personal experiences. Anxious to get this pandemic behind us, with more opportunities to travel and get photos.

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