15 Blog Post Ideas For Lifestyle Bloggers

Writer’s block is real. So this post has been put together to hopefully inspire you to write your next blog post!

  1. A day in the life
  2. Monthly or weekly favourites list
  3. Your university/work placement/internship/freelance experience
  4. Your goals for the next 6 months or 1 year
  5. A home tour
  6. Your wish list
  7. Things you have learnt over the years
  8. Your money saving tips
  9. Your favourite films or TV shows
  10. Things to do in your hometown
  11. Gift guides
  12. How you self-care
  13. Your blogging tips and tricks
  14. 25 facts about yourself
  15. Your favourite phone apps

I hope you found this useful. Let us know in the comments below!

7 Websites To Find Free Stock Images

  1. Pexels – The best free stock photos & videos shared by talented creators. New photos are added daily by photographers themselves and sourced the the website too.
  2. Pixabay – Over 1 million+ high quality stock images and videos shared by our talented community.
  3. Unsplash – The internet’s source of freely useable images. They even have wallpapers!
  4. StartupStockPhotos– The clue is in the name. But you may be able to find images that you can use in your content too.
  5. Flaticon – 2,028,000 vector icons grouped in 43,114 packs. These may be perfect for you Instagram Story Covers.
  6. LibreStock – best free photos from the top stock sites, so that you can find that perfect image much, much quicker.
  7. NewOldStock – Vintage photos from public archives. Something different but interesting.

5 Ways To Organise Your Life, House and Inbox

Today we have put together a list of 5 PRACTICAL ways to organise your life, email inbox and house
Start your day by writing down your tasks for the day. Pro Tip: Do the task that you dread doing the most first. It will ease your mind for the rest of the tasks. 

Carry a notepad around with you. Write everything you are thinking about down on paper. I say paper and not the notes app on your phone, because paper doesn’t have notications and text messages to distract you. 

If you live with your family/boyfriend/girlfriend give them household tasks to do, as well. Many people think that being organised means doing everything yourself. False. Being organised also means delegating tasks in order to get stuff done faster and/or on time. 

Don’t let your inbox pile up (too much). Once a week or maybe even once a month, unsubscribe from email lists, make sure that you have responded to everyone and delete anything you don’t need. Pro Tip: have time slots to check your email throughout the day

Purge and de-clutter a section of your house every month. Get a black bag and bin everything that is broken, you no longer use or simply don’t need. If you can donate it, then please do. 

What are your tips for staying organised? Let us know in the comments!