Oh wow, this is a very nice question. Well there are times when we all run out of ideas to ask as questions and it's totally normal. For me when I don't know what to ask I just focus on the stuff that's happening in my life and ask questions from there.
Take for example, I recently started writing résumés for people and at the time I didn't have any questions to ask on musing. I then decided to take a page from my own life and ask questions based on what's been happening to me and I asked questions about people's preferences on résumés and how they should be.
We all have one or two things that we don't understand in our lives, getting answers from musers is one way to try and understand things. Because of the nature of questions I asked on musing and the replies I got, I've become a better résumé writer.
I hope this helps.
We do not need to look for any ideas to answer each of the questions raised in this musing.io, but we must answer according to our abilities and you do not need to answer every question that you cannot answer because if you force to answer the question then you will have difficulty in answering it.
In this musing app, we are only guided to answer questions that we are able to answer if we are unable to answer, so we do not need to force us to answer, if we are forced to answer, the answers we give will be feared to be wrong. So if you don't know the answer at all, don't answer because it can cause your answer to be wrong.
We do not need to look for ideas if we already know what answers we will give, because the best answer is what we express purely from our minds and the answers are very precise with the questions raised in this musing App. If the answer we give is very precise, we will get a little curation from the App look at each of the posts we answer.