One of the beautiful things about writing daily (or producing any kind of content daily) is that it forces you to find things to talk about.
It can be hard to come up with new ideas every day. I’ve shared ideas on this before, such as writing for one real person, keeping a list of topics to write about, doing research on what your target market wants to consume, etc.
But one of the best ways to come up with an idea is just start writing.
You might begin with a random idea that doesn’t flow right. You might start again on the same page. Then a third time, you find yourself writing about something that just clicks.
Suddenly, your writing flows. The ideas make sense.
And there you have it, you have created a topic by writing until something finally clicked. You weren’t short of ideas, you just didn’t have momentum.
So, if you’re stuck on what to write about, there’s no excuse if you haven’t sat down and just tried writing.
Try one of the other tips above, sure. But writing begets more writing.
The ideas will come if you’re in motion.