Dollhouse: Write a poem or short story from the viewpoint of someone living in a doll house. Throw vampires into Beauty and the Beast, or recreate Little Red Riding Hood with werewolves. Copycat: Borrow a line from a famous public domain poem to craft your own. Cinquain: Write a cinquain poem. In the smaller box on the right, place a check mark when you complete that task. What made it so difficult? Fairy Tales: Rewrite a fairy tale. For tips on holding yourself accountable when it comes to completing your to-do list, read on! Tell them that you will write down anything that comes to mind, without editing.
Over 100 experiments confirm that by exercising more self-control at the start of the day, your motivation and attention will decrease as the day goes on. Cheater: Write about someone who is unfaithful. I had never seen so many shades of blue. Example: All eyes share common features --- optic nerves, retinas and pupils. Write something that goes along with the beat you feel and hear. Close your eyes, and use your other senses around you. I am grateful for my life.
Symbolism: Think of objects, animals, etc. But, with all due respect, I do not believe this one delivered as much as the headline that got me here promised maybe that should have been on the list. Describe the tree, describe the person that goes under the tree to get the item, or even just discuss the wildlife working their way around whatever that item might be. Not only was I not getting through it every day, as I always had before, but the A-list kept growing. Your invaluable words have encouraged me. Let me tell you something, young whippersnapper. Comedy Club: Write something inspired by a comedian.
Collage: Go through a magazine and cut out words that grab your attention. When presenting yourself, you will choose to write things you believe are essential parts of your identity. Word of the Day: Go to a website that has a word of the day and use it in a poem, story or journal entry you write. However it is incredibly helpful to have someone holding you accountable. The bride is 35 years old; it's her first marriage. Get a plain piece of paper and a ruler.
Write about a simple decision that changed the course of your life forever. Make make sure you are constantly seeing it! Write a letter to yourself 10 years ago. Clipboard: Write about words you imagine on an office clipboard. Use these words to construct a poem or as a story starter or inspiration for your journal. Write an introductory sentence for steps in a sequence. How did it all turn out? What bands did you listen to? Teamwork: Write about working with a team towards a common goal. Write something inspired by what you see.
Estimate the time each task will take. Write down the sounds you hear. You can keep both to use as characters or settings later when writing a longer piece. Handle With Care: Write about a very fragile or delicate object. Tax write-offs are great, but there are laws and penalties surrounding them to watch out for. The Dynamics of Making Lists of 100 To understand why creating a List of 100 works, consider what happens during the process of making one.
Which helped me to realize that… …the more gratitude you have, the more you open yourself up for abundance. It's important to model enthusiasm for items on the lists that you have in common. Where That Place Used to Be: Think of a place you went to when you were younger but it now no longer there or is something else. I would love to list all that I am grateful for but with your prompts and all those of those who have commented, I really realize my list would go on and on. When did you start listening to them? That became my target for the next day.
Fruit: Write a poem that is an ode to a fruit. Stars: Write about the stars in the sky and what they mean to you. Keep it out of sight. What does your muse do to inspire you? So Close: Write about coming close to reaching a goal. Making a list helps your content succeed because it is more palatable for social media, but of course other approaches work, too.
Famous Artwork: Choose a famous painting and write about it. Treehouse: Write about your own secret treehouse hideaway. Pull the Christmas pictures off the camera 2. Photograph: Write a story or journal entry influenced by a photograph. Write about something you no longer believe. What do you usually do at this time each day? I am grateful that all my dream could come true, I am blessed and universe shows up its own existence to me, by making my life more beautiful!! As you make your daily list each day, go over your master list and make sure you include any task with upcoming due dates. Back in the early days of blogging, we called it online journalling… And it was sweet.