Unblock your mind: Prevent writer’s block

writers blockMost of the time, I feel like dead here in the blogging world. No post for a week as I was studying how to play the guitar, getting busy with my social life, and reading as much as I can to reduce my ever-increasing TBR list. Whew! I know these are just excuses and that I must write often for my readers, but sometimes I just can’t bring myself into it. I guess my situation is not rare to my fellow writers. Once in a while, we experience this writer’s block that no matter how hard we stare on a blank sheet of paper (or an electronic page) we can’t put words into coherent sentences.

Thankfully, I stumbled upon a blog where the writer is doing a blog challenge. The idea appealed to me. One post a day about a simple topic. Hmm. Sounds easy especially since there are already established themes. I can do this!



So what is the challenge about? Here are the 30 topics/questions that I will write about for the next days.

Day 1: A favorite song.


Day 2: A favorite movie.


Day 3: A favorite book.


Day 4: A favorite television program.


Day 5: A favorite quote.


Day 6: A moment you wish you could relive.


Day 7: Five things you couldn’t possibly live without.


Day 8: A thank you letter to someone who has changed your life.


Day 9: A photo you took.


Day 10: A photo of you taken over ten years ago.


Day 11: A photo of you taken recently.


Day 12: A song that you want played at your wedding(or was played).


Day 13: A guilty pleasure.


Day 14: A vacation you would like to take.


Day 15: A person you admire.


Day 16: A song that makes you cry.


Day 17: An art piece.


Day 18: A time when you felt passionate and alive.


Day 19: A talent of yours.


Day 20: A hobby of yours.


Day 21: Something you know you do differently than most people.


Day 22: A website.


Day 23: A way in which you want to be remembered.


Day 24: A movie no one would expect you to love.


Day 25: A recipe.


Day 26: A childhood memory.


Day 27: A physical feature you love.


Day 28: A scar you have and it’s story.


Day 29: Hopes, dreams and plans you have for the next 365 days.


Day 30: A motto or philosophy.


I will post the first day write-up shortly after creating this introduction to my 30-day challenge. I hope I will be able to finish this. Oh well. You guys are free to join me, esp. Jae and Micah. The more the merrier, right?

41 thoughts on “Unblock your mind: Prevent writer’s block

      1. Yeah, it LOOKS easy. Hahaha!

        Re: tag
        Perhaps that’ll work? Or you could have tagged some friends like when you’ve received a Blog Award. 🙂

  1. That sounds like an interesting challenge! I would’ve participated if it weren’t for 10 and 11. I’m not comfortable posting my pictures online. =[

    Good luck though!

    1. Thank you for saying so. You can start yours, too. It would be great to read your answers on some trivial topics in this challenge 🙂

        1. Haha I am a perfectionist. I like to put everything in almost perfect state, but I am far from perfect! ^^

          1. You’re trying something to be perfectionist 🙂 You don’t have enough time to prove that you’re perfectionist..am i right!!!

          1. I don’t want to interrupt you during your challenging time 🙂 Let me create challenge once your own challenge gets over 🙂

  2. I’ve just started writing my blog – and you were my first ‘like’! Thank you. This challenge looks like a great idea. When I run out of things to blog about I might just do a 30-day blog challenge myself. Yay!

    1. Hello there. I am sorry for getting back to you late. I am very happy to know that I am your first like. I am hoping to be included in the rest of your posts, too. You are right. This blog challenge helps when we are running out of ideas to write about 🙂

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