It’s a great day to write something, anything! Try your hand at flash fiction or write a poem. Create an outline or character sketch. Write a chapter, or as many chapters as you can.
Nothing to write about? Try making a list of ideas or free-write. Grab a timer and experiment working in 10 – 25 minute increments until you find an amount of time that works best for you. Take small breaks in between to make efficient use of your time while not overwhelming yourself.
Make Wednesday your weekly no-matter-what writing day. If this isn’t a good, day pick another. Give yourself permission to do what you want at least once a week. Don’t feel guilty for prioritizing your passion. Write your heart out!
If you would like a prompt:
- The entire office knew there was trouble when Clint cleaned off his desk.
- Dez knew he was busted, but why did it have to be the humans who caught him?
- Why is there a straw sticking out of the trunk of this tree?