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What the heck should I write for my blog? - October 25th 2015, 12:41 AM

I have a blog (not on TeenHelp). I write a lot of book reviews - 1 a week, sometimes 2. I write about Harry Potter, traveling, make up, food, etc. But recently I have sort of run out of things to say. I want to start talking more about trying to develop a healthier relationship with food, so I am taking pictures of meals that I cook (if they're something special, I'm to taking a picture of a grilled cheese sandwich) and adding them to a post, but that post could take a few weeks, I am also running up a second similar post and still writing book reviews. I really want to start writing a more social activism kind of perspective, but I come from such a privileged place that I don't know if it is right for me to write about LGBTQ+ stuff, or aboriginal stuff etc.

I might write a few posts about those sorts of things and then write a post about how to be a good ally. Any how I could really use some suggestions; I would really like to cater to younger people so yeah...

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Re: What the heck should I write for my blog? - October 25th 2015, 03:53 AM

Those sound like great blog ideas!!
It may help if you could create a poll for your blog readers listing the options.
You could also just write the blog entries, submit them and see who reads them. Chances are you will find more readers if you are venturing in to areas that many people are passionate about such as LGBTQ rights.
I can understand and appreciate your hesitation in writing such blog posts because of where you come from but regardless of where you come from, someone will read your posts that does not come from where you do and they may gain an understanding of the issues you talk about. It also could help you gain more readers if you mention the hesitation but that you want to approach the topics carefully and honestly or something along those lines.
I am not sure how helpful all of that is but I hope all goes well and that you get more feedback to this post.
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