Inspiration category covers a shorter, less planned content. More importantly, it will be art-focused, but if I do slip up, feel free to bop me over the head. Also, it covers a wide range of topics that might turn into a project. For example, if I’m struggling with an issue, I will start to look up solutions to address the matter. Notably, I will cover motivation, productivity, or self-help topics. Also, if you would like to see them become a project, let me know in the comments.
Acquiring Topics of Inspiration
Whenever I get stuck on an issue, I love to go on my favorite search engine and seek advice. Such as Google or YouTube. While I’m acquiring information, I create an outline for myself and share my results with the author. As a result, I incorporate my new findings into my workflow. Moreover, when I feel I got the answer, I go back to my project or inspiration and report back to you. Therefore, we all benefit and possibly get more exciting ideas.
Five W’s Plus How
I love getting all my W’s questions answered before I get inspired to create a whole post. For example, who, what, where, when, and why. Additionally, I like to add how if I’m doing a how-to type of post. More importantly, the workflow will allow me to focus my content, so I’m not consuming your precious time.
Final Thoughts on Inspiration
I believe that my ideas inspire you. Therefore, I recommend you go through some of the blog posts below.