Two would be spending as much time as you can with interesting people. In person, if you can manage it. They will teach you new words, phrases, jokes, references, and so forth that are ammunition for your writing. No one is interesting in a vacuum. And thirdly, the normal response: You have to write every day. No exceptions.
Did blogging come naturally to you, or was it a habit you had to force initially? — Ben Tossell It was a ton of work initially. But I built up the habit of writing 1,000 words a day. I eventually got that streak to over 600 days in a row. It just takes consistent work. Whenever I hear of someone who says their blog isn’t successful, I want to ask: “Have you written every day for at least a year?” If not, stop whining and get back to work. These things take time.