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November 27, 2019

I am writing about how I am out of ideas of topics to write about

Filed under: Comprehensive Guides,Social Media — admin @ 5:57 am

It is the first time in eight years where I have racked my brains and cannot think of anything to write about. Back in 2011 I remember that I had the same problem. I started to write about state issues. There were few readers and lots of critics. Every time I made a mistake or didn’t make a state-specific mistake but was accused of it, it was a headache.

I have written about notary technical issues to the point where I cannot think of anything I didn’t already cover. I could go over materials I already wrote about and rewrite them. But, unique material will be hard to think of.

Comedy articles are fun because there seems to be an infinite source of ideas. I work with several comedy writers and you can tie notary themes in with themes in the news which keep changing.

What do you guys think I should write about other than my wacky road trips to other states?

By the way, I didn’t think of the idea of this article. A 22 year old guy with a good sense of humor thought I should write about this when I mentioned to him that I can’t think of anything to write about.

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2 Comments »

  1. It’s hard writing a weekly article. And you’ve been doing it daily!
    I think hearing about your self-described ‘wacky road trips to other states’ would be interesting…and nobody can criticize as you were there and are now writing about it.

    Comment by Lee-AR — November 27, 2019 @ 9:54 pm

  2. Notaries work for lots (and lots) of different signing services, title companies, etc. Some of them are prompt payers and some are not. Why don’t you allow notaries to report the payment times for the various payers so that we can decide if we want to work for them and what to expect? Also, this would put pressure on the slow payers to get their act together.

    Comment by Jerry Gershner — January 22, 2020 @ 4:30 pm

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