I know that it can be mentally taxing to try to come up with new ideas for articles. After a while you may feel like you've written about every aspect of your subject that you possibly can. Here's some good news__you don't always need to come up with new writing ideas. Sometimes all you need to do is look at your previous articles and go more in depth. Your Homework: Look at your last 5 articles In each article, search for at least one point that you covered that you could cover more in depth in a new article. No matter what your article was about, you should be able to dig a little deeper on every major point you make in your articles. You may even find some minor points that could use elaboration.
This approach tends to work better for articles that are jam packed with information and/or those that take a broad, aerial view of the topic, but it can also work with articles that are a close up view of one specific topic. For example, I've written many articles on how to create an effective resource box, and from that one very laser beamed topic I have branched off articles on extremely specific elements of that already specific topic. I assure you, no matter what your article is about, you can write about it more in depth in a new article.