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Have you ever felt like you don't know what to post on Steemit?
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 Almost every other day!

I pride myself on being a consistent content creator on Steem and for almost a year now, I have only missed 2 days in delivering a content in here (First: was the day after HF20 when Steem was down for over a day and Second was last month when I have an unplanned trip). Point is: no matter how busy I am, I always try my best to publish at least one blog post.

I realized that the hardest thing about blogging is choosing what topic to write about. It was no problem when I first started writing since I have my niches to talk about. During my first month I mostly write about CTF's (Capture the Flag tutorials) then after a month I switched to talking about Animes which goes for over 3 months. Eventually I ran out of Animes to talk about or do reviews so I branched out to Gaming and TV series which also didn't last long since I've ran out of games to do reviews. 

The longer one has been blogging in here, the harder it is to think of new topics to write about which was also the reason why I dive in to Musing: to hopefully get some fresh ideas. Unfortunately that also didn't last long as the questions were very personal and some questions were starting to get repetitive too. In the end I just learned to share how my day went which is mostly just being spent on me gaming. 

So yeah! Often times, I don't really know what to post on Steem and in days like that I just share my Ragnarok M journey or my SteemMonster journey or some interesting topic that came here in Musing. :)

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Yes. This is a great question as I am looking at my blog and today I have no clue. I have stuck to a few topics normally changing it up for interest sake.

Everyone has personal experiences which they can share,but how many do we have that can last us for  a years worth of posts. Luckily I have lots and just need to remember them. It's easy when something pops into your head but this is not always the case.

I used to question when users used to post their musing answers to their blog as a post. i saw that as a cop out , but I am not there yet.  I think you have to get into a mode to find something to write on and just taking a time out helps.

If you are desperate one can always look at the feed coming through your account and maybe take a different angle on another post. I hope you find something and break the shackles of the blank brain syndrome.

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Oh, absolutely! On some days I'm so out of it I just want to lie face down and type with my toes, giving them the chance to do the thinking. But here I am not denying it could be so much fun with some questions I pick interest in. This question just validated my thoughts on not being alone on this thought, pardon how that came out. I'll go have a plate of ice cream to this.

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  • all the time, that's why i thank the great heavens for platforms such as musing, tasteem who have made me so much easier for people like us here on steemit. Ever since i have switched cards to these Dapps, i haven't been pressured to blog , it has been 2 months. my concentration has been on these Dapps and i have earned way more than i would have blogging. 
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Interesting question. It happens to me mostly while posting on steemhunt platform. Steemhunt is an amazing platfrom where people share amazing product daily. They are so much product available on steemhunt that it's hard to find new product. It happened to me many times after searching product for couple of hours I realized that some one else already shared this product with the community. At that time I feel I am clueless. 

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Yes of course. I think that is pretty much human. In such cases I do not post. Because posting for the sake of posting will do no good.

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