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Busting blogger’s block: Jump in with a joke, or tell a tale

10 ways to blog when you don’t feel like blogging

4. Find a funny story or an amusing anecdote.

Memories, both mirthful and mindful, can make marvelous material for blog posts.

Have you heard a clever story or a particularly clever quip?

Can you think of an insight-producing incident? Or might you recount a telling experience that reveals something important or intriguing about human nature? How about a hard-knocks life or career lesson you learned – or saw someone learn?

Perhaps you can peruse your own memory and come up with a hilarious "Most Embarrassing Moments" story or a "You Won't Believe This" anecdote.

Pull out the punches … or the punch line. Maybe it’s blog fodder, after all.

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