Each day, a quote, an image, several questions and a writing prompt are offered to you to use for Your Blogging, Writing & Creative Inspiration in order to increase your creative thinking as well as your personal and soulful development
“Finding beauty in a broken world is creating beauty in the world we find.”
Terry Tempest Williams
What do you find beautiful that most people do not find beautiful?
What are your favorite ways to create beauty?
What can you do to create beauty on a daily basis?
Where do you find beauty?
List 5 to 10 ways you can create beauty in the world you find.
List 5 to 10 ways you can share the beauty with others who right now, do not see it?
After you make your lists, choose the one that resonates the most and use it to create a personalized writing prompt.
Traditional writing prompts:
I notice the world is broken when……
I can make a difference by…..
Bonus Field Trip:
The next time you drive in a not-so-pretty place, take time to let the beauty find you. Sketch or write what you see. Write about what makes it different, now that you know it as beautiful.
One helpful strategy is to read the quote, questions, prompt and list and not to "take them on" all at once, but to allow them to simmer in the back of your mind throughout the day. Sure, you may "write" one immediately, but don't call it "done" until you have allowed your powerful subconscious mind to bring up some unexpected responses for your conscious mind to create within.
Remember, though - there are no rights and wrongs, there is only showing up for your life and your creativity. Brava for being here!!
This Blog Series was created to increase your creative thinking process as well as inspire writing and ideas to take form that may not have taken form without these specific quotes, questions and prompts. If you find them helpful, I hope you will pass them along to friends as well.
I’m so glad you are here, reading and creating.
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