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.
Alternative Homework for Blog Owners: Look at your recent blog posts__are there any insightful comments that are worthy of being addressed more in depth in an article? I get ideas all the time from comments on my blog. Or look at your blog comment replies__do you find yourself writing an in depth reply to anyone's question about your post? That is often a good indication of a related topic that could use some more detailed attention.