#kitkatalie My take on this (haha, my take like "myTake", get it? No? Okay...) is that it is only necessary to write a myTake when you feel strongly enough about a topic to write about it. If your myTake is less than 1,000 characters long, then you should make it into a question, rather than a myTake. MyTakes should be pretty lengthy articles. This myTake is 1360 characters, for you hypocrites.
Back to the original idea, if you are having writer's block and you can't think of a myTake idea, just wait. Unless you are an editor, of course (us editors have to post at least once every two weeks or we could lose our title as editor). Don't post about something you don't have a strong opinion on. If you absolutely can't think of an idea, just wait. DON'T plagiarize. That is writer's suicide, not to mention that it is illegal.
So, how often should you post myTakes? I would say anywhere from 1-4 times per month. I know people who post like 5 myTakes per day, and it gets annoying if you follow them. I've had to unfollow people just because of that.
I know this is short, but I hope you found It helpful. I know I am going to get comments about how I "don't feel strongly about this topic" and how I am "contradicting myself", but I actually do feel very strongly about this topic, and everything I said is my pure opinion.