31 March Writing Prompts

31 March 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 31 March writing prompts, peek back in next month for a fresh April list!

31 March Writing Prompts

1. Something you learned in February.
2. Write a blog post inspired by the word: Embarrassed.
3. If you give a Mom a Blank…a post written in the style of the children’s “If You Give A Mouse A Cookie” books.
4. You can go back to your childhood for one day. What day and age do you choose?
5. 8 things you’re putting off.
6. Write a Limerick!

7. Throwback Thursday: Choose a photo from a previous March and write a poem or a blog post.
8. A time you were tricked.
9. I wish I could…
10. Write a blog post inspired by the word: Fired.
11. What was the occasion? Write about the last time you stayed in a hotel.
12. March 12th is National Girl Scouts Day. Let it inspire you.

13. Write a list of your 10 favorite snacks growing up.
14. Open a blank blog post and “right click paste” in the body of the post…what was pasted? Explain it.
15. Talk about a time you got lucky.
16. Write a blog post inspired by the word: Challenge.
17. Share how you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.
18. A story of love.

19. A memorable day at work.
20. March 20th is the first day of Spring!
21. List 6 favorite Instagram accounts you love to follow.
22. Write a blog post inspired by the word: golden.
23. Update your readers on your 2015 goals. How are things going? Are you staying on track or facing some challenges?

24. Share 7 gifs that best express
25. If you had to relive a day in your life what day would it be?
26. Write a blog post that ends with the line: No one ever asked me.
27. Book review!
28. Create a recipe that incorporates mint.

29. 8 things you’d like to accomplish this Spring.
30. Spring Cleaning! Share a before and after photo of a room you recently tackled.
31. Show us what Spring looks like in your neck of the woods!

Spread the love this month and enjoy munching on conversation hearts…now get writing!

 

Writing Prompts For 02.19

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 February and write a poem or a blog post.
2. Something that made you smile this week.
3. Write about something mean you did to a sibling growing up.
4. Write a blog post inspired by the word: red.
5. List 10 things you never knew until you were a mom.
6. Write a 26-line poem using all the letters of the alphabet, where the first line starts with the letter “A,” the second “B,” the third “C,” etc., culminating with the final line starting with “Z.”

Some Favorite Entries From Last Week:

“But none of that happened because on my way home Wednesday afternoon, I was in a car accident.” -Pierced Wonderings

“I wear a jacket in the frozen section at the grocery store for frick’s sake.” -Old Dog New Tits

“Because I think Valentine’s Day is kind of hokey, kind of corny. But I still kind of love it. -About 100%

“We made it through the typically rough teenage years and came out the other side even closer than before.” -These Days Of Mine

Writing Prompts For 02.12

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. Name 8 people/places/or things you’d like to give a virtual Valentine to.
2. Share a favorite Valentine’s tradition
3. “The ache for home lives in all of us, the safe place where we can go as we are and not be questioned” ~ Maya Angelou -Now write.
4. February 12th is National Plum Pudding Day…share a recipe!
5. Write a poem to your love for Valentine’s Day.

Some Favorite Entries From Last Week:

“I was over 30 when I realized how powerful I can be as a strong woman.” -Yes I’m On My Way

“There are a million things that I love about being a mom but I think the one thing I love the most is that it’s a blessing.” -It’s Gonna Be Okay, Love

“He doesn’t understand it, but when I watch him playing with our kid I find him more attractive than ever.” -Mama Writes Words

“The footprints of the Abominable Snowman or Reggie? You be the judge.” -Jackie Cangro

“I started ignoring that little voice in my head that always told me I was fat and ugly.” -Co-Pilot Mom

Writing Prompts For 02.05

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. List 10 things you love about motherhood
2. A photo journal entry…show us what winter looks like in your town.
3. Book review!
4. Take a look at your archives, what were you blogging about in a previous year at this time? What has changed?
5. List 8 solutions for bored children.
6. You’re better off without it…
7. A blog post inspired by the word: help

Some Favorite Entries From Last Week:

“They know every. single. one. of my imperfections. But they love me anyway.” -Thank You, Great Spirit

“Though if the kids had been home the warm loaves would have been devoured as soon as they could be cut.” -Achieving Clarity

“Every opportunity brings forth a new swell of gut wrenching feelings: anger mostly. But there is some sadness in there too.” -Platinum Blonde Mom

“Between 6 and 9 years old, my mother left to work in the US and during that time, my Mama Ba served as the mother figure in my life.” -It’s Gonna Be Okay, Love

28 February Writing Prompts

February 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 28 February writing prompts, peek back in next month for a fresh March list!

February Writing Prompts

1. 8 people/places/or things you’d like to give a virtual Valentine to.
2. List your five most recent favorite things.
3. Share a favorite Valentine’s tradition
4. “The ache for home lives in all of us, the safe place where we can go as we are and not be questioned” ~ Maya Angelou -Now write.
5. February 12th is National Plum Pudding Day…share a recipe!
6. Write a poem to your love for Valentine’s Day.

7. Throwback Thursday: Choose a photo from a previous February and write a poem or a blog post.
8. Something that made you smile this week.
9. Write about something mean you did to a sibling growing up.
10. Write a blog post inspired by the word: red.
11. List 10 things you never knew until you were a mom.
12. Write a 26-line poem using all the letters of the alphabet, where the first line starts with the letter “A,” the second “B,” the third “C,” etc., culminating with the final line starting with “Z.”

13. Husbands. A post that hopefully will not get you in trouble.
14. Share a photo that captures special Valentine(s).
15. An ordinary day told by photos.
16. Write a blog post inspired by the word: magic.
17. What did they get into now? Describe a time your toddler got into something they shouldn’t have
18. February 19th is National Chocolate Mint Day. Share some delicious looking chocolate mint recipes you found on Pinterest.

19. A memorable date.
20. How your parents met.
21. Attempt a craft or recipe you saw on Pinterest, how did it turn out?
22. Write a blog post inspired by the word: shattered.
23. February 26th is National Tell A Fairy Tale Day. Tell us about your favorite fairy tale!

24. Share 7 gifs that best express what makes you happy.
25. Analyze a popular song you heard on the radio (present or past) what exactly does it all mean?
26. Start your post with, “In retrospect, I wouldn’t say it was my best idea.” And end it with, “And that’s how I wound up in the doctor’s office.”
27. Book review!
28. Write a blog post inspired by the word: lucky

Spread the love this month and enjoy munching on conversation hearts…now get writing!

Writing Prompts For 01.29

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.  Share the last five items you pinned, choose one and let it inspire a blog post.
2.  Write a poem inspired by the last conversation you had with your child.
3. List 7 things you would rather do than clean your bathroom.
4. Write a blog post inspired by the word: help
5. Describe someone in your life you wish you saw more of.
6. Pinterest inspired! Share a pin you actually tried. How did it go?

Some Favorite Entries From Last Week:

“Do you have a gang? I have a gang.” -Pierced Wonderings

“… hearing the happy chaos of adolescent voices competing to talk about their days.” -My White Picket Life

“But when AJ came back over to our house for something and discovered his dad all alone, he called me.” -I’m Dancing In The Rain

“I love when she sees me, she loves to run around my feet, climb my climbs, or jump around the room with excitement.” -I Write About You

“Because Judy Blume is going to publish another adult novel. Are you there, God? It’s me, Allyson…thank you for finally answering that request!” -Mama Writes Words

Writing Prompts For 01.22

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. The last time my heart melted was because…
2. A list of 20 ideas to make this your best year yet.
3. List your top 10 favorite apps currently.
4. Write a blog post inspired by the word: Drunk
5. If you could have given yourself a snapshot five years ago of what your life is like now, what would the picture be of and how do you think you would have felt about it?
6. The best part of my day is…

Some Favorite Entries From Last Week:

“Instead, I will ignore them and act as if they were never there until they aren’t.” -Not Just Another Mother Blogger

“When I got to the hospital I had a full-on manic episode.” -Mama Sick

“Nothing, no matter how wonderful or terrible, lasts forever.” -Rebel Mony: Life, Amplified!

“I think if my fourteen-year-old self met me today, she’d be jealous.” -Transatlanticism

“And from that moment on, instead of worrying about the how or why of anything, I just focused on finding the joy in each moment.” -My Pajama Days