23 Sad Things To Write About (2022)

If you are looking for something to write about that will get your readers in a funk, well (unfortunately) this list is for you.

This list of sad and depressing topics is perfect for essays or stories that you want to make your readers feel down. From death and loss, to addiction and mental illness, these topics will leave your readers feeling sad and despondent.

If you’re all set to depress your audience, I don’t know what to tell you (in all seriousness: there is hope!), but you can use one of these topics in your next writing project, poem, song, or art.

What are sad things to write about?

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33 Catchy Topics to Write about in 2022

How do you find an interesting new angle or build an argument?

Part of being persuasive is to encounter a difficult and unknown topic to then build a point around. But also you want that topic to be interesting with open possibilities. This list provides you with a list of topics that can help you think, be persuasive, and present a compelling case. These topics may prompt you to do additional research and form your own opinion on new innovations and technology.

What are catchy topics to write about?

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Empty Notebook Ideas: 27 Things To Write In a Lined Notebook

Do you have an empty notebook or journal that’s just been sitting around, waiting to be filled with your creative brilliance?

Well, today is the day for you! In this blog post, we will share 33 ideas of what to do with a blank notebook. Whether you’re looking for creative inspiration or ways to organize your life, we’ve got you covered. We’ll also show how you can use a lined notebook effectively. Dig out your composition book from the shelf and get ready to be inspired and start filling up that empty journal!

What things can you write in a lined notebook?

Here are a few ideas to get you started:

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