There’s a saying about when you can call yourself a journalist: when you’ve written six stories a day, six days a week for six months then you can call yourself a journalist.
Think about it, that’s 216 stories and that’s a lot of words, ideas, exploration and learning. So by the end of six months you’ve got a lot more experience than when you started and writing comprehensive and effective intros of 25 words or less that covers what, when, where, why, who and how.
The same is true for blog writing. The more you do the easier it gets. The easier it is also to write something when you’ve started with staring at screen blankly!
So to help yourself out work with yourself when you’re in the midst of inspiration and write a list of topics and ideas to use when you need to update the blog but are too tired to be original.
Gather a collection of inspiring and interesting sites with stories you like and find stimulating so you can check them out and explore.
Plagurism is boring and crap so don’t bother lifting other people’s writing – just use their talent for inspiration for your own original material.
But the key is to write often and just do it – don’t worry about being the fanciest or prettiest blog writer out there. What matters is the doing!
So go for it!