Today’s Writing Prompt: Why Do You Vote?
This week’s writing prompts will require a bit of self-reflection, and each will include an important question to answer. They’ll also require you to reflect on how you fit into the broader world around you. Today, take a moment to reflect on why you vote.
Today’s Writing Prompt: Write About The Simple Things You’re Grateful For
For this week’s weekly reflection post, write about the simple things you’re grateful for, and read more about why gratitude is important to your overall well-being. And if you’re interested, consider keeping a gratitude journal moving forward, if you don’t already do so. To keep writing, for good.
Today’s Writing Prompt: Write A Poem Based On This Quote…
For today’s writing prompt, write a poem based on this quote:
Today’s Writing Prompt: Envision A World In Which No Political Parties Exist
Today’s writing prompt requires you to both think outside of the box, and to think critically.
Today’s Writing Prompt: Do You Believe It Is Unethical To Be A Billionaire?
Today, write about whether you believe it’s unethical to be a billionaire. Be sure to think critically about this as you write. Here are a few articles worth reading, to get you thinking:
Today’s Writing Prompt: Write A Two-Page Short Story With A Refugee As The Main Character
Today, write a two-page short story with a refugee as the main character.
Although this is a creative fiction exercise, try to base your main character and plot on real events happening in the world right now.
Today’s Writing Prompt: What Value Do The Olympic Games Hold?
The Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 are in full swing. And everyone is talking about them and the world-renowned athletes competing in them. Today, take a moment to consider and write about why the Olympic games are valuable. Or not valuable, for that matter. Use your best critical thinking skills.
Do the Olympics ultimately bring humans around the globe together in a meaningful way? Why or why not? And how so?
Today’s Writing Prompt: Write a Performance Review Of Congress
It’s no secret that Congress has an incredibly low approval rating. Their work does not represent the will of the average citizen inside the U.S. (Source). Most U.S. citizens have even started ignoring them completely because they know Congress won’t accomplish anything they want or need done. And this is a huge mistake for so many reasons… but that’s a topic for another writing prompt altogether.
Today’s Writing Prompt: Write About Something Or Someone That Inspired You This Past Week
Take a moment to reflect on and write about something or someone that inspired you this past week.
Perhaps what inspired you this week was a moment of kindness you witnessed in the checkout line at the grocery store. Perhaps it was an email you received or a walk you took in nature. Either way, feel free to capture what or who inspired you this past week, through your writing, in any way that makes sense to you— whether it’s through poetry, a journal entry, a short story, etc.
And if you don’t think you have anything to write about at first, try to take a closer look. You’ll find something to write about, the more you reflect.
Today’s Writing Prompt: Write A Synopsis For A Literary Fiction Novel You Envision Being Written In The Year 2100
Clear your mind for a moment and imagine it’s the year 2100. What do you think is happening in your local community? In the world? And what do you think humans will be concerned with then and doing then? Now, imagine how that would be captured in a piece of literary fiction and then write a synopsis for such a novel.
Literary fiction typically offers deeper and more meaningful glimpses into the human psyche and soul, for better or worse. And it tends to offer an artistic layer, sometimes a more philosophical layer, to fiction, as well. Today, take a moment to envision how 2100 would be captured via literary fiction, keeping these things in mind.