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 About A Memorable News Story You Encountered Earlier This Week
Today, write about a memorable news story you came across earlier this week. It can be about anything at all. Just take a moment to think about why it resonated with you, and why you may have been encouraged to share it with others.
Today’s Writing Prompt: Write A Journal Entry About Something You Learned This Past Week
Today, write a journal entry about something you learned this past week. It can be something you learned at school or work or via the news. Or it can be something you learned that had an impact on your personal life. Regardless of what it was that you learned, take a moment to reflect on what you learned and how you feel about it. Feel free to take a look back at the Daily Drafts & Dialogues writing prompts you completed this week, to refresh your memory about what you learned.
Today’s Writing Prompt: Write A Journal Entry Reflecting On Your Writing From This Week About Climate Change And Sustainability
Take a moment to reflect on what you wrote earlier this week about climate change and sustainability. And then write about what resonated most with you in your journal entry today.
Today’s Writing Prompt: Write About Something You Learned About A Different Group This Past Week
This Sunday let’s reflect on something we learned this past week about a group we’re not a part of, and write an article about that.
If you completed some of the writing prompts from this past week, you would have written about Juneteenth, refugees, and the LGBTQ+ community. Now, take a moment to consider something you learned that really resonated with you. Take the time to write your thoughts and feelings down about what you learned. And what you’ll do to make sure you never forget what you learned.