Picture"Mascots at Toronto City Hall in Winter of 2010" image by happyworker
Start the New Year by "Finding Your 2014 New Year Levee in Toronto or in the GTA".

My DeHaan Services article explains what a "Levée" is,
and lists a number of venues in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) as well as in the City of Toronto, Ontario, where we can hobnob with dignitaries on either New Year's Day 2014 or on Sunday Jan. 5th.

Is This an Annual Writing Tip?

Certainly the annual tradition of holding a "Levée" lends itself to writing an annual article.

So if your blog deals, at least in part, with annual or recurring events, by all means write about them.

This may be my most common writing tip for inventing topics. If your topic comes up on some regular basis, you can plan ahead to research and write about it.

You probably don't want to put yourself on a treadmill; but most of us cannot invent completely new topics for each deadline.

While DeHaan Services specifically covers frugal annual events (among other topics!), you can find seasonal or recurring themes in many other niche markets:

  • Gardening;
  • Home Maintenance;
  • School versus Summer vacations Sports;
  • Travel Destinations.
So spend some time thinking about your seasonal topics. Or go back over your blog, and see what recurring themes you've covered.

And thanks for reading about the 2014 New Year's Day Levées in Toronto.

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