Blog Posts dont have time to write! 5 things to do!

Blog posts don’t have time to write!

5 things to do for your blog posts 

There is a lot to do for your blog post when you don’t have the time or just want to write. It happens to everyone to have low morale or run out of inspiration. It’s totally human.  A blog post needs to be taking care of!

Blogging is a hobby, nor is the goal for it to become a chore. At the same time, you have to know that it is not just about creating content and sharing it. There are other productive things you can do to keep your site running smoothly.

You can of course update your categories, add blog posts to Pinterest-friendly images, sort through your extensions, update your popular articles, but not only that.

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Your Blog, when you don’t have the time or don’t’ feel like writing today!


When you’ve had your blog for a while, there are articles that you don’t reread that contain links that no longer work. It’s a bit of a hassle when new readers come to our blog and the content isn’t as good as it used to be.

Not only will they not be able to use what you offer to the end; but in addition, the search engine level is bad for our site.

That said, don’t worry, there are – luckily – tools to track broken links. There was no question of doing it yourself page by page! I personally use

Brokenlinkcheck from time to time (every two / three months) but there is also a plugin for this called Broken Link Checker.

If the broken link is an external link I remove it. Usually, these are just the links people put when leaving a comment.

What between us is not necessary since all you have to do is click on the username to access the site. But hey, people like to link to their blogs all over the net.

If it’s an internal link I replace it or redirect it. Since I consider that if I had inserted it at the time, it was of some use.


This involves updating his profile picture and bio. You have to think about having a presentation that is clear and precise. Let people know immediately what you are talking about and what your interests are.

The tricky part is doing all of this concisely because people don’t like long paragraphs.

On Pinterest, you can go beyond working on your bio. Make sure that each table description is filled out and contains keywords, that your tables are well organized: your personal tables first and the participatory tables last.

Related article:  Update Old Content


Whether it’s the template or the form. If you did this several months ago, there is a good chance that some information needs to be changed. This also applies to the colors chosen and the formatting.

Your forms need to represent who you are today and look as good as your blog. Think about the content, what you can send to your subscribers. What you can do to get more subscribers etc.

The newsletter takes a lot of work, so if you don’t feel like writing it might be worth looking into.

Related article: News Letter! Post to write soon!


When I land on a blog this is the first thing I look at. And 80% of the time I click on links that don’t work anymore, or read things that aren’t up to date.

I let you imagine how not pleasant. You should not neglect your sidebar and remember to update it as often as possible.

You can put as many things in it as you want so you might as well enjoy it. You just have to make sure it’s the same length as the article. Or the number of articles per page. No longer otherwise it makes a difference.


Just because you don’t feel like writing doesn’t mean you don’t want anything to do with blogging. There are hundreds of online courses and training to develop your skills. Skills in SEO, photography, graphics, etc.

Personally, I like to follow webinars, or even tutorials on Lightroom thanks to Youtube.  Usually, I also take the opportunity to download a few presets to make my photos prettier and more unique. To learn more about my camera etc.

There is a lot to learn on the web so you might as well take advantage of it. Register to some website newsletters from affiliate experts they give some freebies that can really help you as a newbie.


Your reading these words that mean you read all my post. So let me know in the comment what you do when you don’t what to write in your blog?

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8 thoughts on “Blog Posts dont have time to write! 5 things to do!”

  1. Thanks for a great post. There are many times I don’t feel like writing for my blog and your tips on what I could do instead was very helpful.
    I agree that updating your social media profile is important and sorting out a new newsletter is something I need to do.

    Thanks for your post today and good luck with your blog.

    • Hi Frank, I try to be the most helpful possible. Yes, your social media profile is very important. It’s the place you get your visitors and if your social media profile is not up to date well you could lose some customers.
      Thank you for your comment Frank I really appreciate it.

  2. Hi Lyne, thanks for such an inspiring post. I think we all have times when writing seems a chore, no matter how much you love your niche. If that happens to me I spend time on Canva creating new pins, or research keywords for new articles. Social media can send a lot of traffic so keeping your Faceook and Twitter profiles updated is important.

    • Hi Kathy, It is very important to update some profiles of social media you use for your business. You need to be consistent with all social media and your site. Thank you for your comment

  3. These are some great tips on things to do if you do not have time to write content for your blog. I have to be careful, however, because when I start messing with formatting things(ie the sidebar) I end up reformatting the entire site, as I am a perfectionist. However, I do like your tip of updating social media profiles. Honestly, I do not spend enough time sharing my articles to these platforms anyway, so it is also a good reminder to get these things done. Thanks for the great tips.

  4. Spot-on, crisp advices shared here! It’s always good to refer back to old posts and give them a clean up.

    An entirely win-win situation where you get to maintain a good site with working links and you get to revisit and update old content that can potentially be better. It’s all good for traffic!

    Thanks for sharing this.



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