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Sunday, January 20, 2019

Writing prompts for fun and practice

Within my last few posts, I've been talking a lot about writing - like this post on how to pair writing with your own hobbies and interests to build a fun and successful career, or this brief one about Poets & Writers magazine's database of writing contests.

Today, I'd like to offer you a number of writing prompt ideas.

Writing prompts are a tremendous way to exercise your mind while practicing and sharpening your writing skills, which you'll need in order to be successful in just about any career or venture in life.

What's also cool about doing writing prompts is that they may give you ideas for actual papers and other assignments. While you're writing for fun and practice, you may be getting a head start on a future assignment you're not even aware of yet. How cool is that?!

So, following are those writing prompt ideas. Write as much as you'd like, but try to get at least one solid paragraph done for each. And handwrite them in a notebook - practice your writing, not your typing.

Do you have a particular place that you just absolutely love and can't get enough of? It could be a favorite vacation spot, or just a place you like to escape to once in a while to think and get away from the daily hustle and bustle of life. What makes this place so special for you?


At this point in your life, what would you like to do for work when you're older? What's your dream job, and why? What skills and talents do you need to have for this type of work?


What's your favorite school subject, and why?


My friends would describe me as...


What are you most thankful for in life, and why?


Talk about your role model in life.


What's your favorite type(s) of music, and why? What causes you to really enjoy it?

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