Passion for any topic will inevitably lead you down a path of inspiration one way or the next, while sometimes we are more tired mentally than we want to admit, the thing about writing new information on the same topic is that we are mostly afraid to rewrite what we wrote before. This leads us to a place of safety where instead of pursuing new ideas we simply limit those that we have had before by not allowing a merger of the two. Eventually nothing more is written and we end up cheating ourselves and our readers of the benefits of genuine bloggers pursuit.
Did you ever consider addressing a popular topic in your blog, but held yourself back, thinking there’s nothing left to say? Think again: a topic can never be exhausted as long you are passionate about it. In this series, we show how even the most well-trodden subjects feel fresh when bloggers use a creative approach.
Now that the summer wedding season is over, nobody could blame you if you felt a bit blasé about wedding blogs, to say nothing of the events themselves. Just because many wedding celebrations share the same elements (cake? bouquet? tipsy uncles?) doesn’t mean, though, that your account of the event should follow an established form. Like the posts we highlight here, you can craft your own personal angle. After all, what makes a wedding unique is not an exotic menu or a multitiered cake; it’s the singularity of the people involved.
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