Oh it is the question I think we all ask ourselves. I feel like I have hit a wall many times when I can't seem to find anything new. Many times I will go to my 'usual' blogs and sites and then go through the blog roll or must reads through them to try and find new topics. Sometimes I find a gem, but more times I find exactly what I have already read, just a different site.
There are many times I am afraid I will eventually fall into that stump and be just another read of no interest.
"There are many times I am afraid I will eventually fall into that stump and be just another read of no interest."
I'm afraid of the same - that's why I've really made an effort to update my food blog 3-5 times a week. I can't do it everyday, but I figure if they are good posts with good pictures my readers won't mind. I hope they don't mind. Some of my favorite blogs don't get updated daily, but I still come back to them because of the good content.
If you install and use the StumbleUpon.com toolbar you will never run out of places to go. That's what I use when I want to browse but have already checked my fav sites! Plus they let you rate sites as yes I like this or no I dont. You know, show me more like this. Whatever, and you can pick specific types of websites to visit, like sites labeled as parenting sites, blogs, whatever. It's pretty neat.
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