December Writing Challenge/ Prompts:
- Choose one word which you would like to embody during 2020 as a sort of theme for the year. How would you like to see this word manifest in your life?
- Who inspired you in 2019? Why? What gifts did they give you? How will you carry these forward in 2020?
- What made you feel joyful in 2019? What steps can you take to create more joyful moments in the coming year?
For 1.: I chose writing
For 2.: I chose Greta – Robin chose Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC)
Here is a video about another great young woman in politics I discovered:
This woman, daughter of a refugee family, born in Berlin in 1978, achieved already a lot in politics, but sadly is threatened by some far right people.
Now to Nr. 3: What made me feel joyful in 2019? I would have to say overall this is writing. To create more joyful moments in the coming year? Well, if at all possible, I want to continue writing at least a little bit on a dayly basis, and when this is not possible, then at least I intend doing a bit of reading. I also intend grabbing opportunities to communicate with as many people as possible. I know, there can be a lot of joyful moments in my life, if only I stay positive. There seems to be always something in my long life I can be grateful for.
And here is a link to a post by Patchworkmomma about a joyful holiday in Thailand:
5 thoughts on “December Writing Challenge Prompts by Patchworkmomma”
I would choose;
1. Climate change
2. greta Thunberg
3. As for joy. Give me the demise of Scott Morrison and Peter Dutton and may all the refugees on Nauru and Manus finally find a home and given refuge in a safe country.
Great, Gerard! Would you like to write some blogs about your choices?
I like your choices for the challenges/prompts, Uta!
Guess What? Your writing, your photos, and your comments to me have brought joy into my life this past year! Thank you! 🙂
(((HUGS))) to you and Peter! 🙂
I don’t know, what to say, Carolyn. But I thank you very very much for being such a great follower and always encouraging me! 🙂
Hugs from both of us 🙂
You’re welcome, Uta! 🙂