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Successful Home Business Entrepreneuring. ~ It's not just an American dream. It's a very real global reality. Self-employed since 2007 and loving it!   ♦♦♦  To follow my yellow brick road, start here:  My Blog Stop! ( http://cmoneyspinner.blogspot.com
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Idea Starters: 20 Phrases to Help You Come Up With Topics to Write About

Idea Starters: 20 Phrases to Help You Come Up With Topics to Write About | Work From Home | Scoop.it

Does your brain hurt from coming up with new ideas for your blog? Whether you are the writer and idea starter or you assign topics to other people, coming up with topics every day or sometimes several topics per day can drain the most creative of spirits.

 

In The Artist’s Way, a guide to freeing your creativity, author Julia Cameron refers to that drained feeling as the “creative well” being empty. There are a number of things you can do to refill your well, and we talk about them in 10 Ways to Overcome Writer’s Block When Blogging, but one of the easiest ways to come up with ideas when you don’t think you have anything left to give is to use idea starters.

 


Via Brian Yanish - MarketingHits.com
Treathyl Fox's insight:

Call it brain freeze, writer's block ... whatever you like.  It's hard to be creative 24/7.  I don't even think geniuses are always bubbling over with creative thoughts.  Of course, can't really speak from own personal experience since I'm not a genius.  Also not really certain a genius would admit to that truth if you asked them.  :)

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Who Cooked the Last Supper: The Women's History of the World: Rosalind Miles: 9780609806951: Amazon.com: Books

Who Cooked the Last Supper: The Women's History of the World

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"Men dominate history because men write history. There have been many heroes, but no heroines." - Who Cooked the Last Supper: The Women's History of the World is a brilliant and witty book by author Rosalind Miles.  She writes fiction and non-fiction.  This book is categorized under Gender Studies.  Though written with a humorous slant, people who read it take her seriously.  You laugh first, and then when the reality punch hits you, you go ... Hmmmm?

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For every woman who has ever wondered what the women were doing while generals fought battles and kings beheaded their enemies. (Hmmm ... ?? Note: Of a truth the thought never even occurred to me.)

 

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Treathyl Fox's curator insight, July 19, 2013 10:39 AM
Wittier than Voltaire.