As we move into the last couple of months of the year, it’s a great time to start thinking about blogging topics related to the new year.

People love to start thinking about new trends and forecasts for the coming year as the current year comes to a close.

This can also be used to your advantage with mental health topics.

Here are some 2015 topic ideas for you:

  • Trends in your [insert niche] for 2015
  • New ways to overcome [insert problem] in 2015
  • A 2015 resource list for [insert your ideal clients]
  • How [insert niche] will change in 2015
  • How to make 2015 your best year yet
  • How mental health is going to change in 2015

There are lots more you can do with this, but hopefully you get the idea.

The great thing about this blog topic is it also helps you position yourself as a thought leader and topic expert. When you’re someone who is looking to the future and able to forecast trends and changes, you’ll find your audience keeps coming back to you for this information again and again.

I hope you have fun with this topic!

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