Writing is an important skill. Whether you are a student or an experienced professional, your success can hinge on your ability to write well from day one. And if you want to make money blogging, it’s a necessary skill for you to have. But writing involves thinking, organizing, and sorting out ideas cumulatively in order to convey an important message to your audience.
Lettuce Discuss: Writer’s Block and How to Handle It
So what do you do on days where you have writer’s block?
When you read about something interesting and you want to elaborate further on your blog, write down some notes about the main points to help jog your memory later. Writing a summary of your topic ideas can help get your mental engine running as well. As you look at a particular issue from different perspectives, jot down your thought process and rationale for those thoughts. Think about ideas factually instead of creatively. Often one will lead to the other. And outline your ideas from the beginning to the end, adding sections (or chapters, if you will) with headings and subheadings.
As your thoughts and your writing progresses, you can dynamically modify your outline and create a thorough, coherent article.