10 Ideas for Newsletters I Could Write
1. The NotePd Profile.
Interview various members of the NotePD community and share highlights from their respective lives.
2. The Jazz Standard.
Feature the latest jazz news, music reviews, interviews, etc. Basically, an online jazz magazine.
3. Olympic Dreams.
Getting interviews with famous Olympic athletes would probably be next to impossible for someone who doesn't have a big platform. However, Olympic heroes from years past might be more amenable to being interviewed, and they would have no less to say about success, habits, and more.
4. The Dead Presidents Society.
Profile deceased presidents and what made them great (every president did something great in their past, even the shittiest ones).
5. The Commencement Trap.
Personal stories about people caught up in the perpetual student debt cycle.
6. The MUT Report.
(mountain ultra trail running)
Go to various races, interview runners before and after the race, and write reports.
7. Weekends in Arizona.
A travel guide for Arizona weekend warriors. Include all-things hiking, restaurant reviews, the best coffee shops, etc.
8. The Pod Report.
A weekly newsletter profiling the best podcast episodes/interviews.
9. The Orthogonal Life.
A riff off of the list @randomroger created. Find people living some version of an alternative lifestyle, whatever that is, and profile them.
10. THE BEAR REPORT.
The latest news on the greatest team in the NFL, the CHICAGO BEARS.