While Wednesday is traditionally a low day for workers – who wants to be stuck in the middle? – it doesn’t really have much of an effect on many freelancers, does it? For some, however, weekends are sacred. It is time for family. It is “me time”.
For the latter group, then, Hump Day certainly exists. Since I try to keep the weekends free for things I don’t get to do during the week, I usually experience the blues on Wednesday (even though I end up doing some work on the weekends).
Words don’t come easily. My fingers are so uncoordinated I can’t type without making a mistake every 30 seconds. My mind wanders as if it were a leaf being blown by the wind.
But, work has to be done, so I find ways to force that creativity buried somewhere inside my brain. Today, I went to Twitter for some writing prompts, and I’d like to share them with you.
1. The key
Daily Writing Prompt https://t.co/y6YHer6Ccu #writingprompts pic.twitter.com/axixOWIZhx
— Writers Write (@Writers_Write) May 25, 2016
2. Letting go and giving up
Is letting go of an idea or action the same as giving it up? #writingprompts pic.twitter.com/BaFP4Ha2BX
— Amber Lea Starfire (@writingthrulife) May 23, 2016
3. The diary
What if everything you wrote in your diary came true. What kind of chaos would ensue? #ww #amwriting #writerslife #writingprompts #writing
— Amanda Whitbeck (@ALWhitbeck) May 15, 2016
This really got me going.
Daily Writing Prompt https://t.co/MfL6Hu0ZsZ #writingprompts pic.twitter.com/tl3gyKBtzB
— Writers Write (@Writers_Write) May 14, 2016
5. The black envelope
Prompt: The black envelope lay unopened for two days. #writing #writingprompts #amwriting #writingcoach #creativity pic.twitter.com/0gGXzFcdTK
— David Hazard (@TheDavidHazard) May 13, 2016
I hope these five writing prompts help you today. I’d love to hear your “answers”!
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