What is the best method for finding good content to write about?
Live. Try on new things, find things that make you happy and feel satisfied when you're done. Hobbies, jobs, people, etc that rouse your intrigue. Adopt a sense of curiosity in all things equally and see where it takes you.
Life is the utmost, hands on tool for finding content to write about.
It really depends on what are you interested in and also your knowledge of a certain topic. If you are interested in fashion, then write anything about it. This boils down to what you know and would like to share to other readers, say, you like photography then write something about it. And the list goes on. Anything that interest you and other readers too.
Write what you enjoy writing about. Write about your hobbies or what topics interest you. Look at current events, entertainment news, or special topics that you think that others will be interested in reading.
As far as I know the best method for finding good content to write about is to change your routine. Do new things and go to new places so you have new things to write about. Start by thinking of things you want to do. It helped me find good content to write about.
I keep changing my routine so I have something to write about.
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