50 Expandable Blog Topics You Can Use To Help You Blog Daily

50+ Blog Topics Just For You!

I am almost constantly barraged with questions about blog topics to use each day. Because of that, I am sharing a list with you that will help you get ideas for blogging. The list isn’t short.  There are 50 items.

Most bloggers get stuck every now and then, but when one of your daily requirements is to blog and you cannot get around that work requirement, you can get overwhelmed easily.  To combat that, I will share some blog topics with you that will help you a great deal.

The only thing you will need to do with these topics is format and edit to make it 100% your article.  No one needs to ever know that you got blog topic ideas from me.  Deal?  😉  That written, let’s get to the list

Below Is A List Of Blog Topics.  Use Liberally.  Write Often!

Keep in mind that when using this list, you can take variations of this and expand the list as much as you like.  Enjoy!

 List of 50 Expandable Blog Topics

  1. Your favorite day of the week and why.
  2. Your favorite month and why.
  3. Your favorite color and why.
  4. Your favorite childhood memory and why.
  5. Your favorite season and why.
  6. Your favorite elementary school memory and why.
  7. Your favorite elementary school teacher and why.
  8. Your favorite cartoon and why.
  9. Your favorite dessert and why.
  10. Your favorite cold drink and why.
  11. Your favorite hot drink and why.
  12. Your favorite vacation destination and why.
  13. Your favorite dream vacation destination and why.
  14. Three goals you want to accomplish in the next six months and why
  15. Two goals you want to accomplish in the next year and why.
  16. Where you want to be in 5 years and why.
  17. Why you love your faith and how you became a Christian/Muslim/Buddhist, etc.
  18. Why you love babies.
  19. 10 Random facts about (you name it) – babies, flowers, bugs, ice cream, ground beef, marriage, couches, the Postal service, guns, tornadoes, food, candy, soda, peanuts, feet, fingernails, bed bugs, cable television…you get the point.
  20. 10 Random facts about your town/city/state/street/neighbors.co-workers/company….you get the point.
  21. 5 important things to know about entrepreneurship/shoes/public restrooms/ironing…you get it.
  22. Why people should never (you name it)…ie dance outside in a thunderstorm, sit on a public toilet, spank another adult’s child, sleep less than 2 hours per night, etc.
  23. 10 Things you didn’t know about (you name it)…Congress, Cancer, soul music, Santa Claus, Facebook, panties, dandruff, pink slime…you get the drift.
  24. How to (you name it)…get married to the person of your dreams and prayers, get a toddler to go to sleep, get pregnant using egg whites, grow your hair, keep fresh breath, do social media marketing, etc…
  25. 40 things that make you laugh.
  26. 100 things that make you smile.
  27. 15 things you will never do.
  28. 15 things you always wanted to do.
  29. 10 worst memories.
  30. 5 best Youtube videos you’ve ever watched.
  31. 10 ways to have fun with your toddler.
  32. How to plan for (you name it)…retirement, marriage, home schooling, a six-month vacation, etc…
  33. How to earn $1000 in the next 30 days.
  34. How to make your yard green and weed-free.
  35. Where to find (you name it), green tomatoes, slugs, poisonous butterflies…
  36. Big list of (you name it) – Facebook groups, job boards, churches in Fayetteville, NC, network marketing companies.
  37. Review of (you name it) – Article Marketing Robot, Empower Network, Spam (email), Spam (food), Pinehurst #2 Golf course, etc…
  38. An Honest Review of (Person’s name) as a leader in the home business industry.  Get permission first!!
  39. 5 TV shows you don’t want to miss.
  40. The 3 Best beaches in (whatever state/whatever country, etc).
  41. 5 lead generation tactics that do not work.
  42. 5 lead generation tactics that always work.
  43. What you did today
  44. How to make a (you name it) – fruit smoothie, veggie smoothie, apple pie, pair of pants, etc.
  45. Where to find (you name it)
  46. What you plan to do tomorrow.
  47. Video tutorials of all types.
  48. Video SEO tutorials.
  49. Video Relationship tutorials.
  50. Information on animals of all types.  Do an article per animal.

Now That You Have A List, Get To Writing!

This list could go on and one, but I am sure that you understand.  I pray that this has been helpful to you!  I use something on this list every day, and I rarely struggle for blog topics.  If you simplify, you’ll find that writing can get easier with each day.

(Cat image by Elizabeth Swider)

Christi Johnson

Christi Johnson is a blogger and a social media marketer.She is also a homeschooling mother and a digital advertising consultant.

She shows people how to use their blog for income and live a life that they have always wanted to live as creative people. If you want to be a content creator AND a great marketer, keep reading, here!
  • Margaret Bynoe

    What an awesome site!

    • C. Johnson

      Thanks, Margaret!

  • http://workwithfreddy.com Freddy Rodriguez

    Great list, Christi. This is a great reference to come back to when you get writer’s block. I’m a big fan of list posts, too.

    • C. Johnson

      Yes..lists make the world go around! 🙂

  • http://barbaracharles.org Barbara Charles

    Ah shucks now! Just what I needed! Great, great for us that have daily writer’s block. 🙂 Thanks so much. This is so cool. 🙂

    • C. Johnson

      Thank you…and yeah…you need to step it up with the writing. You can do it! You have so many awesome ideas in your head, girl. I am glad this was useful to you! (((hugs)))

  • http://sanantoniomarketingblog.com/blog Rick Salas

    I will surely come back to this post when I get writers block. I have enough of those…Thanks for taking the time to post all these topics Christy!


    • C. Johnson

      I am glad this was useful to you, Rick! 🙂

  • http://RelatingOnline.com Buddy Hodges

    Thanks, Christi,

    I guess you noticed that I have not been posting every day! It is my intention to post daily, so your list will no doubt come in very handy…

    • C. Johnson

      Buddy…I am so glad that you are getting back to writing regularly. I’m glad this list is a bit useful to you, friend! 🙂

  • http://steveshoemakeronline.com Steve Shoemaker

    Christi some very good suggestions here and thanks for sharing 50 of them! I like to read other blogs and articles in my niche when I am feeling like I have nothing to write that normally gives me the inspiration I need as well.


    • C. Johnson

      You’re welcome, Steve…glad this was useful to you. I like reading outside my niche too when I have time. 🙂

  • http://jonbarry.co.uk Jon Barry

    Hi Christi

    What a surprising list!

    Nothing like what I was expecting at the start of the post!

    And interesting the amount of personal stuff there, which many may not think to post on what would be seen as a business blog…. But great way to show you are a person, not a blog!

    Will Evernote.com it, just in case!

    • C. Johnson

      Jon…thank you so much! By the way, I am a new MacBook Pro owner, and I need some pointers on how to Evernote something. I can’t seem to get the hang of some of the apps. 🙂

  • http://stevelvernon.com Steve Vernon

    Very interesting list, Christi. I’ve actually saved the list on my desktop just in case. 🙂 One idea I didn’t see on the list (unless I missed it) was any kind of “Top Ten”. Those are always popular. Top 10 reasons to (do something)

    Top 10 reasons NOT to (do something) — sometimes this can be used as a reverse psychology technique. I actually used this one in one of my fairly recent blog posts. It was fun. Top 10 . . . could be anything

  • http://stevelvernon.com Steve Vernon

    Thanks Christie – I’ve actually saved this list for future reference. I”m sure it’ll come in handy at some point! 🙂

    • C. Johnson

      Thanks so much, Steve!

  • http://sarahreeceweblog.blogspot.com/ Sarah Reece

    Wonderful list Christi. I just bookmarked this page. This is a list of 50 items, but can actually be turned into over 200 posts with some tweaks. You did quite a good job of penning down all this.

    • C. Johnson

      Thanks so much, Sarah! I am glad that this helped you. 🙂

  • http://www.donnamerrilltribe.com Donna Merrill

    Hi Christi

    Great suggestions and I’m sure this is a “must save” for many that come up empty when trying to think about what to write.
    Your leadership is awesome and I appreciate you.

    • C. Johnson

      I appreciate you too, Donna! Thanks for stopping by here. 🙂

  • http://marckornblog.com/ Marc Korn

    Hi Christi,

    Thanks for this impressive list…this is my first time visiting your blog and it will certainly not be my last.

    Bloggers do get writer’s block from time to time and this list will definitely get the creative juices flowing…these are also great questions to ask on FB to your friends and followers to engage them in conversation.

    So, I hope you don’t mind if I borrow some of your ideas.

    To your massive success,

    • C. Johnson

      Hiya, Marc! I don’t mind at all if you borrow some ideas. That’s what this is for…t help others come up with blogging topics. I am so glad it helped!

  • http://www.michaelkincannon.com Michael Kincannon

    This was an awesome list. I had to bookmark this site. Always looking for fresh ideas for me content. This is a great looking site.

    • C. Johnson

      Thanks, Michael!

  • http://www.dollarswithduncan.com/ JaeDuncan

    Thanks Christi, this list is very helpful.  I’m sure I will be using this list regularly.