Out of Words for Your Next Blog Post? Try These 48 Words To Say…

48 words to say

One of my first blog post’s topic (back when it was in Spanish) was about how repetitive words can be when writing down our article. The brainstorming process is epic:

  • We have outlined wonderful ideas
  • Jotted down links with supporting documentation
  • Created lovely visuals
  • Prepared our first draft

And then…

And then we see the same words over and over again.

Like a nightmare, our blog post looks unrefined and awkward. Yeah. I Know.

Let me tell you something. Back when I began blogging, my posts were shapeless and lacking in style and form. Writing a blog is not the same as writing a research paper or a thesis, in terms of form and context, they differ enormously. I learned that, too.

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Using the correct vocabulary is essential to give your blog post a solid shape, in order to communicate the correct message you want to convey your readers. Recent studies suggest that increasing our vocabulary as an adult strengthen our brain. Interesting, isn’t it? Finding creative ways to describe a word not only will enhance our curiosity but it will also enrich our love for languages.

Therefore, without further ado, I prepared (with a little bit of research) a list of words that you can use in your blog post or anywhere you like as supporting material for your next big hit.

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Well, my lovelies, I hope you liked this post : ) I’d love to read your comments and thoughts about today’s topic, it’d be wonderful to add more words to this impromptu dictionary.

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NW SGT BCD

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