Writing Prompt #36: “30 Day Writing Challenge” (Day 30)


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Here’s the list!

  1. List 10 things that make you happy
  2. Write something that someone told you about yourself that you never forgot
  3. What are your top 3 pet peeves
  4. Write about someone who inspires you
  5. List 5 places you want to visit
  6. 5 wins to your heart
  7. List 10 songs you’re loving right now
  8. Something you struggle with
  9. Post some words of wisdom that speak to you
  10. Write about something for which you feel strongly
  11. Something you always think “what if…” about
  12. Write about 5 blessings in your life
  13. What are you excited about
  14. Post your favorite movies that you never get tired of watching
  15. Bullet-point your whole day
  16. Something that you miss
  17. Post about your zodiac sign, and whether or not it fits you
  18. Post 30 facts about yourself
  19. Discuss your first love
  20. Post about three celebrity crushes
  21. What are 3 lessons you want your children to learn from you
  22. Put your music on shuffle and post the first 10 songs
  23. A letter to someone, anyone
  24. What about a lesson you’ve learned the hard way
  25. Think of any word. Search it on Google images. Write something inspired by the 11th image.
  26. Write about an area in your life you’d like to improve
  27. Conversely, write about something that’s kicking ass right now
  28. Post 5 things that make you laugh-out-loud
  29. What are your goals for the next 30 days
  30. Your highs and lows for the month

Your highs and lows for the month

My highs:

  • Celebrating a wonderful dating anniversary with Al!
  • Chipping away at the work that needs to be done on the house.
  • A mini-getaway to the farm to see family.
  • Making plans for friends to come and visit us!
  • Finally cracking into Go Set A Watchman.
  • Blogging every single day for a whole month! Woohoo!
  • Going back to the gym!

My lows:

  • Not getting to finish Go Set A Watchman.
  • Getting irritated at minor things.
  • Feeling stressed with things getting busier at work.
  • Having a panic attack at work earlier this day, basically in front of my manager AND system director. Ouch!
  • Blisters, everywhere on both my feet. Breaking in new running shoes – Oww!

Until the next headline, Laura Beth 🙂

10 thoughts on “Writing Prompt #36: “30 Day Writing Challenge” (Day 30)

  1. Blisters are reminders that you’re getting back to the gym & getting your run in! Great job!

    • Exactly! I power walked at least two miles every day for 5 days!

      • Holy wow! That’s really impressive!! Are you listening to anything interesting on your power walks? Good music or audio books or chatting with someone? 🙂

      • Haha, I should have clarified – This is on the treadmill at the gym.

        Right now, since we go at 5:00 a.m., I usually have YouTube on my phone (Free Wi-Fi!). I’m loving Meghan Trainor and Taylor Swift right now. However, if there’s new uploads of some nostalgic shows (Carmen Sandiego, etc.), then I’ll play those.

      • I think the question still stands whether you’re working out on the treadmill or a city street. Regardless, I appreciate the clarification.

        The ellipticals at my gym have iPod connections so I like to listen to my music/watch downloaded TV shows/movies while I work out too. I just watched a workout video that used a Meghan Trainor song & I realized that I really love her & it would be great music to workout to.

        Is that an accurate assumption? 😉

      • Nice! Which song was it?

        Let’s put it this way – I admire her, her music, and I would love to see her perform live!

      • It was “Me Too.” I’ve been singing it non-stop since I heard it this afternoon!!

      • I just discovered that one this week! I love it!

      • I was gonna say “me too,” but I realized that would be ironic. LOL

        I as well enjoy that song. 😉

      • Haha! So funny!

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