Writing Prompts For 07.02

writing prompts

Every week you’re invited to join me in Writer’s Workshop by responding to one of the provided writing prompts posted each Tuesday. The directions are simple:

  • Choose a writing prompt from the list provided that inspires you most.
  • Write.
  • Come back this Thursday and link up by pasting the URL from your post into the list of thumbnails that will be displayed. Just scroll to the bottom of the thumbnail list, click the bold words you will see that say “Click here to enter” and you’re all set!

View more detailed instructions on how this weekly meme works in the Writer’s Workshop FAQs. To receive writing prompts in your inbox each week, subscribe to the writing prompt newsletter here.

Writing Prompts:

1. Write a blog post in exactly 15 lines.
2. Milkshakes, margaritas, smoothies and more…share your favorite summer time drink recipe.
3. Write a blog post inspired by the word: cool.
4. Share a memorable road trip story!
5. Who has it better, kids or adults? List 10 reasons why you would rather be one over the other.

Some Favorite Entries From Last Week:

“You are the same as everyone else. You treat everyone the same. And you don’t hurt people on purpose.” -Jennifer P. Williams

“Any room that is empty is open to explore.  I’ve done this!” -Double-Stacked Bookshelves

“I wanted to be (sort of) cute, so I wore those stupid shoes instead of my trusty Merrell’s.  Idiot.” -Team Engelbrecht

“It won’t go out of style or wear out, and no one can take it away from you.” -May Achieve Clarity

“Never stop questioning. Never stop learning.” -My Memory Art

Writing Prompts For 06.18

f3137fd596ff71802c80a8ee1f94264d

Every week you’re invited to join me in Writer’s Workshop by responding to one of the provided writing prompts posted each Tuesday. The directions are simple:

  • Choose a writing prompt from the list provided that inspires you most.
  • Write.
  • Come back this Thursday and link up by pasting the URL from your post into the list of thumbnails that will be displayed. Just scroll to the bottom of the thumbnail list, click the bold words you will see that say “Click here to enter” and you’re all set!

View more detailed instructions on how this weekly meme works in the Writer’s Workshop FAQs. To receive writing prompts in your inbox each week, subscribe to the writing prompt newsletter here.

Writing Prompts:

1. Write a blog post inspired by the word: listen
2. Write a poem for your Father.
3. Share something you learned this week.
4. 10 Things you hope to accomplish this summer.
5. Describe a time you made things…awkward.

Some Favorite Entries From Last Week:

“Jon’s car crossed the median and was hit head-on.” -Moments With Michelle

“And I believed every word when Merida said in the movie ending that “our fate lives within us…you only need to be brave enough to see it”. -mj dot com

“I used to wish that I was Belle, the women’s-libber of the group” -SaltyBug’s Splashes

“One night, I woke up and it came to me: This is a game.” -The Sound Of One Hand Typing

“She’s sassy, she’s cunning, she values her self worth and she’s smart, she doesn’t take crap from anyone.” -Surviving Chaos

Writing Prompts For 06.11

Weekly Writing Prompts

Every week you’re invited to join me in Writer’s Workshop by responding to one of the provided writing prompts posted each Tuesday. The directions are simple:

  • Choose a writing prompt from the list provided that inspires you most.
  • Write.
  • Come back this Thursday and link up by pasting the URL from your post into the list of thumbnails that will be displayed. Just scroll to the bottom of the thumbnail list, click the bold words you will see that say “Click here to enter” and you’re all set!

View more detailed instructions on how this weekly meme works in the Writer’s Workshop FAQs. To receive writing prompts in your inbox each week, subscribe to the writing prompt newsletter here.

Writing Prompts:

1. A 10th grade memory.
2. Write a blog post inspired by the word: vacation
3. Book review!
4. Create a Father’s Day gift guide.
5. If you had to choose a Disney princess to live the rest of your life as…which princess would you choose and why?

Some Favorite Entries From Last Week:

“It was you who was a part of me for nine entire months and I was finally holding you and meeting you and I was supposed to feel something spectacular.” -Make Mommy Go Something Something

“I like the quiet of a movie theater in the middle of the day with just me and my shameless bucket of butter laden popcorn watching a sappy, typically Jane Austenesque, type of movie where I can get lost in the sappiness of it all.” -It’s Gonna Be Okay, Love

“They flutter about so busily, and when the stop to take a break, I hold my breath and watch them. They are so tiny and graceful.” -Mommy Of A Monster

“Purging, getting it out of my head, off my chest and on paper, so to speak. A completed blog post or piece of writing of any kind that I’m proud of makes me very, very happy!” -Letters For Lucas

“I’ve just never been one of those moms who really dreaded summer break.” -Dude Mom

Happy writing!

Writing Prompts For 06.04

29a9d024e9b5f6cebdae9b7e4bc5358e

Every week you’re invited to join me in Writer’s Workshop by responding to one of the provided writing prompts posted each Tuesday. The directions are simple:

  • Choose a writing prompt from the list provided that inspires you most.
  • Write.
  • Come back this Thursday and link up by pasting the URL from your post into the list of thumbnails that will be displayed. Just scroll to the bottom of the thumbnail list, click the bold words you will see that say “Click here to enter” and you’re all set!

View more detailed instructions on how this weekly meme works in the Writer’s Workshop FAQs. To receive writing prompts in your inbox each week, subscribe to the writing prompt newsletter here.

Writing Prompts:

1. Not your mother’s daughter…how do you parent differently than your mother did? Is it a good thing or a bad thing?
2. List ten things that make you HAPPY.
3. Describe a memorable experience you had with a telemarketer.
4. Write a blog post the ends with the word: again.
5. Summer is coming! What are you most looking forward to?

Some Favorite Entries From Last Week:

“I was sitting on the sofa and Norrin came up to me, put his hands to my cheeks and said, “Mama I’m your friend.” -Atypical Familia 

“The Rolling Stones and an ugly brown dress.  These are the details I remember from our engagement.” -About 100 Percent

“I reacted instinctively when I saw a big sixth-grader ball up his fist and swing it towards my little first grade crush of the moment.” -Jerralea’s Journey

“I remember exactly what the principal said; “You!”, he pointed. “Get to the office!”” -MamaSick

“I have a couple of kitchen cupboards that threaten to vomit their contents if you pull out the wrong thing.” -A Day In The Life Of Kathy

 

30 June Writing Prompts

30 June Writing Prompts

Writing prompts are a great way to work through writer’s block when it comes to journal writing and blogging. Use them for yourself or share them with your kids to inspire consistency and fuel that creative mind! Below is a list of 30 June writing prompts, peek back in next month for a fresh July list!

30 June Writing Prompts

1. Create a Father’s Day gift guide.
2. Write a blog post inspired by the word: listen
3. Write a poem for your Father.
4. Share something you learned in May.
5.  10 Things you hope to accomplish this summer.
6. Describe a time you made things…awkward.

7. Throwback Thursday: Choose a photo from a previous June and write a poem or a blog post.
8. Create a summer play list and share it.
9. Share a lesson you learned from your Father that still sticks with you to this day.
10. Write a blog post inspired by the word: prize
11.  The last thing that made you laugh.
12. List 10 hotels you wouldn’t mind living in.

13. Write a blog post in exactly 15 lines.
14. Milkshakes, margaritas, smoothies and more…share your favorite summer time drink recipe.
15. Share something you’ve learned from your husband about parenting. What makes him good at what he does?
16. Write a blog post inspired by the word: cool.
17. Share a memorable road trip story!
18. Who has it better, kids or adults? List 10 reasons why you would rather be one over the other.

19. You know you’re a Mom when…
20. List ten things that make you feel excited.
21. We’re too old to be getting in trouble…aren’t we? Write about a time you were scolded…as an adult.
22. Write a blog post the ends with the word: hidden.
23.  Trouble you got into one summer.

24. List 7 things you’d rather be doing this summer.
25. If social media died tomorrow, describe a hobby you might get into.
26. Write a blog post inspired by the word: challenge.
27. Book review!
28.  How is Summer Vacation different for your kids than it was for you growing up?
29. Share a Summer Camp memory.
30. Take us somewhere local spot in your city and show us what we’re missing…you’ll be saving us thousands of dollars now that we won’t need to take that trip!

Enjoy that beautiful summer weather

Writing Prompts For 05.28

writing prompts

Every week you’re invited to join me in Writer’s Workshop by responding to one of the provided writing prompts posted each Tuesday. The directions are simple:

  • Choose a writing prompt from the list provided that inspires you most.
  • Write.
  • Come back this Thursday and link up by pasting the URL from your post into the list of thumbnails that will be displayed. Just scroll to the bottom of the thumbnail list, click the bold words you will see that say “Click here to enter” and you’re all set!

View more detailed instructions on how this weekly meme works in the Writer’s Workshop FAQs. To receive writing prompts in your inbox each week, subscribe to the writing prompt newsletter here.

Writing Prompts:

1. Write a list of 10 reasons why you could not be a real housewife from any county.
2. Something your kids said that made you think.
3. Share a mom fail.
4. Write a blog post inspired by the word: engaged
5. Memorial Day Weekend plans?? Share what you did!
6. Tell us about a time you were sent to the Principal’s office.

Some Favorite Entries From Last Week:

“If there’s someone in your life who’s causing you nothing but stress and unhappiness, find a way to eliminate them from your circle.” -Old Dog New Tits

“In this moment BB who was challenged with Selective Mutism had his breakthrough, and I caught the moment on camera.” -SaltyBug’s Splashes

“Whoever decided take strawberry daiquiri Jelly Belly jelly beans out of circulation.” -Mama Writes Words

“Ugly Old Lady Shoes…go sit in the timeout chair until you get cuter and cheaper!” -OKRoserock

“She raised 6 girls and a boy with so much force that we all grew into these highly independent adults.” -Daisy Dudes

Writing Prompts For 05.21

writing prompts

Every week you’re invited to join me in Writer’s Workshop by responding to one of the provided writing prompts posted each Tuesday. The directions are simple:

  • Choose a writing prompt from the list provided that inspires you most.
  • Write.
  • Come back this Thursday and link up by pasting the URL from your post into the list of thumbnails that will be displayed. Just scroll to the bottom of the thumbnail list, click the bold words you will see that say “Click here to enter” and you’re all set!

View more detailed instructions on how this weekly meme works in the Writer’s Workshop FAQs. To receive writing prompts in your inbox each week, subscribe to the writing prompt newsletter here.

Writing Prompts:

1. Throwback Thursday: Choose a photo from a previous May and write a poem or a blog post.
2. Define goodness…joy…sorrow…and anger using pictures you have taken.
3. Share a lesson you learned from your Mother that still sticks with you to this day.
4. Write a blog post inspired by the word: fair
5. Share an interesting email exchange you had with someone lately.
6. List 10 people, places, or things you’d like to give a timeout to.

Some Favorite Entries From Last Week:

“My kids observed me with a focus so intense that it was hard to do much of anything away from their gaze.” -About 100%

“When you are talking about the care and upbringing of a child, your best is not going to cut it. You MUST succeed.” -Life In Left Field

“I’d love to be a speech therapist, but it’s most likely not possible for a blind person.” -Blogging Astrid

“I spent a lot of time thinking about how I was going to manage to ask one of them to go out with me, often at the expense of studying or playing guitar” -A Hypoethical Life