How to Become a Better Blog Writer in 30 Days

There’s nothing worse than a case of writer’s block! You know what I’m talking about. When you have that urge to write something but you just don’t have an idea. Or when you are under pressure to produce quality – or any – content, and just can’t come up with an idea! Ugh.

Which is why I’ve compiled this list of 30 Blog Post Ideas with Writing Tips to inspire your blogging  ESPECIALLY if you are in a creative funk!

And if you don’t have a blog don’t let that stop you. Grab your journal, laptop, notebook, and start writing!

A simple path to unlocking your inner creative genius and getting your writing noticed in 30 days or less — even if you are not a writer.

You decided to start a blog for a reason… (or you’ll decide to start, I hope because…)

Think about all the ideas, thoughts, lessons, and stories you have learned along your journey in life.

More importantly, think about all of the people across the globe who are going online and eagerly searching. Searching for information to solve a problem or to find a story that they can relate to.

That one person is out there in the world who after consuming your content, you will profoundly impact their life. But, since the content you intended to write is still just an idea in your head or laying in a notebook somewhere, they end up settling.

Look, I understand everything that holds people back from publishing content online. I’ve experienced it all myself…

  • I don’t have the time to write content.
  • What are people going to say about me?
  • Blogging is too difficult to understand.
  • I don’t know what to write about.
  • Where do I even start?

But, what if there was a way to remove everything that standing between you and your expression of words and content and tap into your true creativity?

Bloggers often get caught up in comparisons to what everyone else is doing, what theme or plugins use, or how they are going to make money from all of this.

It’s not that these things aren’t important, they are just not the most important thing.

We want to zero in on the ONE THING that is going to make the biggest impact.

So recently, I asked myself how I could help the community at BayArt (and myself) overcome everything that is blocking their creativity and develop a habitual content routine.

A content routine that not only includes writing for ourselves but actually publishing it for the world to consume.

Completely transforming blogging into something that “I get to do” versus something that “I have to do”.

The answer was staring me right in the face…

A painter paints. A sculptor sculpts. A writer writes.

Blogging is art. Your art. Your expression.

Write everyday. Read everyday. No exceptions.

This is the best advice you’ll ever read about writing.

Stephen King, one of the greatest writers in the history once said:

If you want to be a writer, you must do two things above all others: read a lot and write a lot.

There’s no shortcut.

Here’s a rule of thumb:

Write at least 500 words every day for the next 30 days, and try to read a book every week. This will dramatically improve your writing skills.

This sparked an idea…

I am initiating a global challenge that will ignite your blog and creative genius.

It’s called the 30 Days of Blogging/Journaling and the goal is simple:

To guide you in publishing one piece of content, EVERYDAY, for 30 days.

Ambitious? Absolutely!

Drastic changes require drastic measures.

By making this a daily practice, we stop putting it off for the future and we learn how to produce more impactful content in a shorter amount of time.

Like working out, or eating healthy, I know how difficult it can be to create a new habit. Which is why we’ve set this up so that you can have the best chance to succeed.

Each day as part of your routine, you will write and publish ONE piece of content. It could be for your blog or BayArt. It can be 400 words or 1,000 words.

How it looks it NOT important.

By taking the pressure off of yourself of needing your blog posts to fit in a certain box, you free yourself. Put yourself in an inspiring environment, and just write. Let it take shape.

Day after day you will find your writing efficiency begin to rise.

What is important is you creating a new habit and you to falling in love with the creative process, not getting caught up in the editing, optimization, or marketing of your posts (that can come later).

We’ll celebrate your success with you. Let be part of BayArt & share your post on BayArt to get more exposure and feedback. Let’s do this together & do it for yourself. Pick up your PC & open your mind.

A fair warning to you…

This is NOT going to be easy. And this might sting a little bit, but I do NOT want you to join the challenge if you know you are not committed to full participation.

It’s going to be hard and you may even want to quit.

But, just imagine standing at the finish line with a stockpile of content true to who you are that makes you and your mission discoverable online and attracts your dream customer while you sleep.

Think about all the people you can help…

  • The challenge begins anytime you like
  • 100% FREE for you to join
  • Publish one blog post per day
  • There are no length requirements for your posts — do what feels right to you
  • Posts can be on your blog or on BayArt
  • If you miss a day, keep going and try to make up for it later on
  • Use post ideas from this challenge only when you experience writer’s block. Otherwise, you should use your own idea.


On Writing Well: How to Become a Better Blog Writer in 30 Days

On Writing Well: How to Become a Better Blog Writer in 30 Days



7 thoughts on “How to Become a Better Blog Writer in 30 Days”

  1. I’m afraid I will be judged and those who know me will use it against me. It would not be the first time something that was nothing was used to be made into something it’s not. My words have almost had my child taken away, my words have gotten me three days in a coma and a week in a mental hospital. I can’t pretend to be someone I’m not, I can’t be me I know what kind of power people believe they have the right to weld over others. They come in your house rip your kids away kidnap you drug you and if you fight back they have the right to kill you. Why would anyone want to share what really happens here? Knowing that we are not safe. Not even in our own homes.

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