You know what? Some days you don’t need a prompt. That’s because it’s ok to sit in front of a blank screen or just share some love among other bloggers by leaving a comment or two or three on their thoughts. And I have had quite a few of those days recently.
Other times, when you’re struggling to write something profound or meaningful or half-way useful it’s like you need at least four prompts before you can even think of what to post, what idea to think about or what words to throw out into the universe in the hope that they will touch someone somewhere before falling to the ground in the story cemetery.
Maybe I exaggerate a bit but the point is, we have options. Here’s how to make those prompts personal 🙂
“Every blogger faces it, sooner or later: you feel an itch to publish. You haven’t updated your site in a while. You put on your lucky writing socks, fire up WordPress, flex your fingers, … “ Read more via this source: Making Writing Prompts Personal and then visit this link here as well while you’re at it. Good luck!