Sometimes you might be compelled to write but feel frustrated because you seem not to know what to write about. There seems to be no inspiration whatsoever. Even though you have heard several times that there is inspiration everywhere, none seems to be around you at that point in time. We understand the feeling, which is why we have listed some of the ways you can get inspiration for your writing.

Books: Reading books is a great way to find inspiration because books contain series of ideas. While reading a book it’s easy to get an idea you can write on. Perhaps the book might remind you of something or you might agree with the writer’s discussion or disagree with it. Any of these can be a great way to get inspiration for your own writing.

Social media Platforms: Since most people publish their ideas, views and opinions frequently on these platforms (social media) it could be a great place to get inspirations for writing.

Blogs: Reading contents and peoples’ writings on blogs can also give you an inspiration for something to write on.

News sites: News sites can also be a great medium of inspiration. By reading what is going on in a country and peoples’ opinion about news posts, you are likely to get an idea of what to write on.

Search Engines: They can also be useful for getting information on what to write on, this is because when you type a word, some search engines like Google give you suggestions on how to complete the sentence or even related topics to what you have searched. These suggestions can also be a source of inspiration.

Conversations: If you don’t know what to write, you can simply ask your friends or colleagues for an idea or engage in a conversation with some people. Through such conversations, you can get inspired on what to write about.

Magazines: Magazines are usually filled with contents and sometimes with pictures; as a result, they can be a great medium for getting inspirations for your writings.

Aside from the above tips, there are also other interesting ways you can get inspirations on what to write on; as long as you keep an open mind.

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