This is something that often comes up with any sort of online publishing. Many sites and blogs are abandoned after only a few posts, even though the author has a lot to say. You can easily
create a backlog
Pressible allows you to set a publishing date, so if you are on a streak, you can write five posts in a sitting, and set them up to be published on whatever date at whatever time and not think about it again. You can also edit these posts as long as you select update once you’ve finished editing your post.
You can also keep as many drafts going as you’d like. If you’re not ready to pick a date for publishing, you can keep a draft on your dashboard as long as you’d like.
Explore the Pressible network. Perhaps someone has posted something you’ll find interesting and want to repost and comment on. Reposting very much counts as content and only strengthens the Pressible network.
Along with things that go on in your job and your classes, you might find using blogs in your field outside of the Pressible network for interesting topics and innovations within your field. You may find things you disagree with, things you think others should read, or maybe something with a little humor.