A few years ago I was lecturing to students about writing when one of them asked me a question that stumped me:
"How can I write about a topic that really bores me?"
While I was briefly at a loss for words, I eventually came up with an answer: Focus on something you can influence.
In other words, admit to your boredom, and find a way to make the task of writing interesting, even if you aren't particularly invested in the topic. Here are five examples of ways to do this: