The Writer’s Block by Jason Rekulak

This was part of my NSSFC pressie. I went through the book a few weeks ago and stuck small post it notes on pages that I felt I could use as journal prompts, or could perhaps use the general idea to journal about. Here they are:

  • Write about your pets
  • Visit a nearby cemetery and write about the most unusual grave you can find. ( I was planning on journaling with a genealogical theme)
  • Write about a time you have been lost
  • More than 10 million prescriptions are filled a year incorrectly, write about one of them ( I was going to use this about my pharmacy career)
  • superstitions & being superstitious
  • Describe the most boring job you have ever suffered through
  • write about a black sheep in your family (genealogical theme)
  • Trace the journey of a $5 or £5 bill, but through the lives of five different owners
  • in laws
  • Fertility
  • Write about a library or bookstore that has special significance to you
  • 911
  • write about your favourite childhood toy
  • Describe the skeletons in your family’s closet
  • Tell a story that centres about a recipe
  • Write about the most serious injury or health problem you have ever faced
  • Describe your most memorable family holiday and what made it special to you
  • Write about your earliest childhood memory
  • Sue Grafton
  • Adoption
  • Tidy up your desk
  • Vacation
  • Write about the most difficult phone call that you have ever had to make
  • border
  • Write about a dream or goal you failed to achieve. What went wrong? and how did the experience change you?
  • Describe the clearest, most vivid memory of your childhood
  • Check your horoscope in today’s paper

The Journal Entries are HERE

About Julie Goucher

Genealogist, Author, Presenter, native Guildfordian, avid note taker and journal writer. Lover of Books, Stationary & History; Surnames, European Ancestors, Butcher & Orlando One-Name Studies, Pharos Tutor for all One-Name Studies and surname courses.
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