Write about a great adventure you would like to have.
What brave thing have you done? Write about a brave thing you did, or a brave thing your parents or your grandparents did.
What were you good at as a child? What creativity did you enjoy? Do you still enjoy this creativity, or have you stopped? Could you do it again? What is stopping your creative spark? What feeds your creativity?
If I didn’t have to do it perfectly, I would try . . .
Write about something you wish you had done or said differently.
Write about things you can get stuck in.
Habits! Write about your habits. Or write about someone’s habits. Do these habits annoy you? Endear you to the person? Habits. We all have them. Now, write about them.
What is the most dramatic change you have had to make?
Today’s writing prompt: I surrender . . . or I finally surrendered. With a prompt like this, you can also write the opposite: I will never surrender . . .
Take a mental trip down Memory Lane. See yourself at five years of age. Picture that child. See him or her. Grab some detail. Smiling? Serious? Able to sit still? Has to move around?’ Now, see yourself at twelve years of age. Take a moment to really see that image of yourself as a young teenager. Notice the clothes you wore, your hairstyle. What did you like to do? Who were your friends? Were you a serious student? Were you frivolous? Care free? Fast forward to twenty-five years old. How do you see yourself? How did you move . . slow paced, bustling around, steady, focused, scattered? Were you scaling corporate ladders? Were you climbing walls, anxious to get going, to start your career, start your life? How about thirty or forty or fifty years of age . . did you shine your light on projects or people? Where were…