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Note added by KateS. 11 months ago
1. 30 uses for a hanger
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Note added by Masha Harris . 4 years ago
20 March 15: 10 Reasons You Should Skip Bathing for a Week

1. It's a waste of energy: nobody really notices anyway.
2. More time for other pursuits.
3. You won't get wet or have to dry off.
4. Your hair will neither soak your pillow nor freeze when you leave for work.
5. Save on your water bill.
6. If you're depressed enough to consider going a week without bathing, you probably don't have the energy to do it anyway.
7. There's a point at which body odor smells good, isn't there? When it's your own, at least?
8. You'll probably be able to spend the whole week in your pajamas as well.
9. You will significantly lower your risk of slipping and falling in the bathroom.
10. If you can do it, so can I.
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Photo added by Masha Harris . 4 years ago
18 March 2015
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Note added by Masha Harris . 4 years ago
18 March 2015: "What are things you can do in 3 minutes? List them."

-brush your teeth
-pee
-put your laundry away
-drink some water
-send a txt message
-eat Girl Scout Cookies
-check FB/update status
-selfie
-PETS:
--pet the cat
--rub a tum-tum-tummy
--training practice
--clean the litterbox
--feed the pets
--snuggle
--a couple rounds of fetch
-Tweet
-wash dishes (at least some!)
-add a book to a BibzII list and order it
-short writing exercises
-short drawing exercises
-jot out a postcard to someone you love
-heat up Mrs. Grass soup
-quick cleanup!
-shelve DVDs or new books
-have a dream that seems to last hours
-a turn in Taboo
-wash your hands
-research an etymology
-draw a mustache on a photo of a movie star
-a round of cribbage
-take an Instax photo!
-walk into a room and find a seat with good feng shui
-handwriting sample
-ram your ship into an iceberg
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Note added by TheMrsNatG. 4 years ago
http://www.creativewritingprompts.com/#
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Note added by TheMrsNatG. 4 years ago
Nr 13. Write about a weird day in your workplace.
Nr 7. Electricity is a recent discovery. Think of 12 things to do when there's no power.
Nr 17. In 400 words, create your ideal place.
Nr 21. Write a letter to the 10 year old child you had been
Nr 27. Write a story about an empty glass.
Nr 96. You come home and check your phone messages. You get to the third message and freeze. Begin from there.
Nr 203. Write from the point of view of a branch with a bird perched on it.
Nr 121. Start your story with this: "She touched the little box in her pocket and smiled."
Nr 274. My old room was...
Nr 315. Use the following words in your story: diplomat, jacket, conference room, balloon
Nr 292. Use all these words in a story or poem: grandfather,photo-album, post office, folder
Nr 346. Use the following words in a story: college student, crumpled paper, train, laptop
Nr 129. Write a lighthearted piece on how to get on with an enemy
Nr 53. Write about what you'd cook for an enemy.
Nr 196. Write from the point of view of a freshly scrubbed floor.
Nr 272. Use all these words in a story: priest, ring, garden, magnifying glass
Nr 108. List 10 things you do whenever you procrastinate
Nr 22. In 200 words write about your first toy.
Nr 302. Write from the point of view of a spoon inside a dishwasher.
Nr 216. Write from the point of view of the last tree standing in a forest.
Nr 132. How would a broken plate feel.
Nr 345. Write from the point of view of a stack of paper a few inches from the shreder
Nr 185. Use the following words in your story: little boy, torn page, market, cart.
Nr 260. Use this metaphor to spark a story or poem: a chest of childhood
Nr 68. Begin with: I thought I saw...
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Note added by Jane Toulouse. 4 years ago
118. "You know what else kids don't know?"
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313 Michelle Corcoran and Chris Lucado meet up after his break up. One of hem is afraid of height
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Note added by Amy Francis. 5 years ago
1/25
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Note added by Sara Johnson. 5 years ago
Prompt #4 done. Progress: 3/25
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Note added by Sara Johnson. 6 years ago
Prompt #2 done.
Discarding prompt #3 on the basis of I cannot bring myself to make up meanings for words that already have perfectly good ones. #4 is next.
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Note added by Sara Johnson. 6 years ago
Prompt #1 done. Going in order, discarding any that just bring writer's block or make me shouty.

Progress: 1/25
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Note added by Courtney Andreas. 6 years ago
Total to date (2/11/13): 6
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Note added by Courtney Andreas. 6 years ago
3 finished 1/20/13
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Note added by stareyedgirl. 6 years ago
3/25 - Art prompt from io9
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Note added by stareyedgirl. 6 years ago
2/25 - Questions from writing book
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Note added by Jessica Graham. 7 years ago
Posting these to www.wakingfades.tumblr.com
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Note added by Jessica Graham. 7 years ago
- Prompt #161 - Prompt #231 - Prompt #248
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Note added by Noor. 7 years ago
[4/25]
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Note added by Tina. 7 years ago
Checked out website and may do more than the task requires. The topics seem fun and interesting!
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3/25 completed
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Note added by Noor. 7 years ago
(2/25)