Author: CGP

When I was little, every day we had free writing time right after the bell rang. It caused immediate calm and quiet. Everyone knew just what to do: get out a piece of paper and pencil,and look on the board for the writing prompt. Sometimes it was a question like How was your weekend? or What is your favorite book? Every now and then it was a question that stuck with you the entire day. The teacher invited you to share what you wrote, but I never shared my musings.
Throughout my life writing has always been a way to hash out thoughts to start a plan for some new adventure. Morning pages are a must for anyone wanting to learn more about themselves. More importantly it’s a great way to record memories, your state of mind, your voice.
So what is a writing prompt?
A writing prompt is just a little push to get you started with writing ideas. You’re free to stick to the subjects I leave here or let your mind wander.
I know that thinking of what to write can be daunting, so I put together a list of 5 writing prompts below every week to give you some fresh ideas.

Write on Wednesdays: June 2, 2021

This week we are continuing our series: Who do you love? And we are celebrating our love interests, husbands, wives, secret crush.

First Dates
The one who got a way
Do you love more as you get older?
How I met your mother/father
Why is love so complicated? Or is it?



When I was little, every day we had free writing time right after the bell rang. It caused immediate calm and quiet. Everyone knew just what to do: get out a piece of paper and pencil, and look on the board for the writing prompt. Sometimes it was a question like How was your weekend? or What is your favorite book? Every now and then it was a question that stuck with you the entire day. The teacher invited you to share what you wrote, but I never shared my musings.

Throughout my life writing has always been a way to hash out thoughts to start a plan for some new adventure. Morning pages are a must for anyone wanting to learn more about themselves. More importantly it’s a great way to record memories, your state of mind, your voice.

So what is a writing prompt?
A writing prompt is just a little push to get you started with writing ideas. You’re free to stick to the subjects I leave here or let your mind wander. I know that thinking of what to write can be daunting, so I put together a list of 5 writing prompts below every week to give you some fresh ideas.

Write on Wednesdays: 6/9/2021

We are continuing our series dedicated to the people in our lives we love: Who do you love? Let’s celebrate our Father’s or men who have provided us guidance.

  1. What is your dad known for saying or doing?
  2. How are you similar or dissimilar?
  3. What’s a secret you share together or secret you’ve always meant to tell him?
  4. How did your parent meet?
  5. Make a list of things you can do together.

When I was little, every day we had free writing time right after the bell rang. It caused immediate calm and quiet. Everyone knew just what to do: get out a piece of paper and pencil, and look on the board for the writing prompt. Sometimes it was a question like How was your weekend? or What is your favorite book? Every now and then it was a question that stuck with you the entire day. The teacher invited you to share what you wrote, but I never shared my musings.

Throughout my life writing has always been a way to hash out thoughts to start a plan for some new adventure. Morning pages are a must for anyone wanting to learn more about themselves. More importantly it’s a great way to record memories, your state of mind, your voice.

So what is a writing prompt?
A writing prompt is just a little push to get you started with writing ideas. You’re free to stick to the subjects I leave here or let your mind wander. I know that thinking of what to write can be daunting, so I put together a list of 5 writing prompts below every week to give you some fresh ideas.

Write on Wednesdays: 5/26/2021

We are continuing our series dedicated to the people in our lives we love: Who do you love? Let’s celebrate the loves of our lives: Husbands, Wives, Significant others, secret crushes.

  1. First Dates.
  2. The one who got a way.
  3. Do you love more as you get older?
  4. How I met your mother/father?
  5. Why is love so complicated? Or is it?

When I was little, every day we had free writing time right after the bell rang. It caused immediate calm and quiet. Everyone knew just what to do: get out a piece of paper and pencil, and look on the board for the writing prompt. Sometimes it was a question like How was your weekend? or What is your favorite book? Every now and then it was a question that stuck with you the entire day. The teacher invited you to share what you wrote, but I never shared my musings.

Throughout my life writing has always been a way to hash out thoughts to start a plan for some new adventure. Morning pages are a must for anyone wanting to learn more about themselves. More importantly it’s a great way to record memories, your state of mind, your voice.

So what is a writing prompt?
A writing prompt is just a little push to get you started with writing ideas. You’re free to stick to the subjects I leave here or let your mind wander. I know that thinking of what to write can be daunting, so I put together a list of 5 writing prompts below every week to give you some fresh ideas.

Write on Wednesdays: 5/26/2021

We are continuing our series dedicated to the people in our lives we love: Who do you love? Let’s celebrate our sister from another mister or our brother from another mother. Our best friends.

  1. How did you meet?
  2. What traits or characteristics does you bestie have that you love/hate?
  3. Remember that time…
  4. What’s something you have been meaning to say to your bestie?
  5. What adventures would like to next with your bestie?

When I was little, every day we had free writing time right after the bell rang. It caused immediate calm and quiet. Everyone knew just what to do: get out a piece of paper and pencil, and look on the board for the writing prompt. Sometimes it was a question like How was your weekend? or What is your favorite book? Every now and then it was a question that stuck with you the entire day. The teacher invited you to share what you wrote, but I never shared my musings.

Throughout my life writing has always been a way to hash out thoughts to start a plan for some new adventure. Morning pages are a must for anyone wanting to learn more about themselves. More importantly it’s a great way to record memories, your state of mind, your voice.

So what is a writing prompt?
A writing prompt is just a little push to get you started with writing ideas. You’re free to stick to the subjects I leave here or let your mind wander. I know that thinking of what to write can be daunting, so I put together a list of 5 writing prompts below every week to give you some fresh ideas.

Write on Wednesdays: 5/19/2021

We are continuing our series dedicated to the people in our lives we love: Who do you love? Let’s celebrate our selves. Self love is so underrated.

  1. What do you love about yourself? Don’t be shy!
  2. What traits or characteristics do you think other like/love about you?
  3. What self love ritual do have? Treat yourself!
  4. What’s something you have been meaning to congratulate yourself on doing?
  5. Where am I blocking my own love from myself?

When I was little, every day we had free writing time right after the bell rang. It caused immediate calm and quiet. Everyone knew just what to do: get out a piece of paper and pencil, and look on the board for the writing prompt. Sometimes it was a question like How was your weekend? or What is your favorite book? Every now and then it was a question that stuck with you the entire day. The teacher invited you to share what you wrote, but I never shared my musings.

Throughout my life writing has always been a way to hash out thoughts to start a plan for some new adventure. Morning pages are a must for anyone wanting to learn more about themselves. More importantly it’s a great way to record memories, your state of mind, your voice.

So what is a writing prompt?
A writing prompt is just a little push to get you started with writing ideas. You’re free to stick to the subjects I leave here or let your mind wander. I know that thinking of what to write can be daunting, so I put together a list of 5 writing prompts below every week to give you some fresh ideas.

Write on Wednesdays: May 12, 2021

This week we are continuing our series: Who do you love? And we are celebrating our siblings.

  1. Would you like to change birth order with your older/younger sibling?
  2. Dark secrets you and a sibling share?
  3. Do you love/hate each other more as you get older?
  4. Describe your favorite memory with a sibling
  5. Fights, who won? Did you ever team up?


When I was little, every day we had free writing time right after the bell rang. It caused immediate calm and quiet. Everyone knew just what to do: get out a piece of paper and pencil, and look on the board for the writing prompt. Sometimes it was a question like How was your weekend? or What is your favorite book? Every now and then it was a question that stuck with you the entire day. The teacher invited you to share what you wrote, but I never shared my musings.

Throughout my life writing has always been a way to hash out thoughts to start a plan for some new adventure. Morning pages are a must for anyone wanting to learn more about themselves. More importantly it’s a great way to record memories, your state of mind, your voice.

So what is a writing prompt?
A writing prompt is just a little push to get you started with writing ideas. You’re free to stick to the subjects I leave here or let your mind wander. I know that thinking of what to write can be daunting, so I put together a list of 5 writing prompts below every week to give you some fresh ideas.

Write on Wednesdays: May 5, 2021

We are starting a new series dedicated to the people in our lives we love: Who do you love? Let’s celebrate our mom’s and motherhood.

  1. What do you love about your mom?
  2. What traits or characteristics are just like her or not?
  3. How has becoming a mom changed you? or why you decided to not become a mom?
  4. Now is a great time to ask your mom about your birth story.
  5. I should/have told my mom…
    Bonus Idea: Create a page in your journal with things mom says/said. Just the other day, I said, “I am not one of your little friends”.