$5 Blogging resource

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If you are feeling uninspired to blog or journal or scrapbook …. you no longer have the excuse that you don’t know what to write about.

 

Kam of Campfire Chic (L&R sponsor this month, but she doesn’t know I’m publishing this) has JUST released her newest eresource THREE-SIXTY-FIVE

If you have my Better Blog Content Workbook, you know that blog content is IMPORTANT. Basically, what you write or create for your blog is the main reason you have any readers at all. … So the next question, logically, is what do you blog about?

This $5 resource has 365 topics that can be used for all sorts of creative exploits. Three hundred and sixty-five topics! Kam created this 26-page resource as a springboard for your ideas to come to the surface. There is plenty of room for you to write your own notes that will come bubbling to the surface once you start scanning the topics complied for you.

Of course, I bought myself a copy. And, of course, I read through it right away. Ok, actually, I just skimmed through it because as soon as I started actually *reading* a page, I would start getting a ton of ideas and blog post plans and I just didn’t have the time for that kind of inspiration :)

The 26-page pdf is organized by theme. So, for example, let’s say you’re working on a minibook about your home town. Just head over to page 10 for 14-your-town-specific prompts to help you remember details and inspire stories about where you grew up. And, actually, of course, you can use those prompts for ANY town. Where you grew up, where you live now, where you visited the summer before your senior year of college.

There, I just expanded the resource to several more ways to use it :)

If you have a blog that you struggle for ideas for, if you are an art journaler and maybe need a few more prompts, or even if you are just a mom wanting to write down your own story for your kids – this is $5 well spent.

Yea, $5. I’ve already told her it’s underpriced. Go grab one before she starts listening to me.

This blog post was NOT sponsored by Campfire Chic. The opinions are completely my own and I simply wanted you all to know about this useful resource that I bought written by someone I believe in.

P.S. If you need MORE than just journaling prompts, check out my free guide SHIFT: 7 ways to jump-start your creativity by shifting your perspective and changing the way you see the world

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  • Kam April 24, 2012 at 8:59 pm edit

    You are too nice! I wasn’t expecting this, I’m so used to you writing about Problogger and ZenHabits, I wouldn’t expect you to include little ‘ol me 😀

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