Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Writer's Summer Checklist

To wrap up June's theme of Those Summer Nights, here's a writer's summer checklist to help inspire you to write throughout the summer. Save this page, Pin it, or print it out so you can keep track of what you've done, and then come back at the end of summer and share what you did.

Take a notebook with you, get creative, and let these prompts inspire your writing!

1. Have a bonfire.

2. Go to the beach.

3. Try a new food.

4. Hike a rugged trail in your bare feet.

5. Do a random act of kindness.

6. Go camping.

7. Catch a sunrise or sunset.

8. Grill.

9. Go on a road trip.

10. Have a picnic.

11. Have a conversation with a stranger.

12. Go kayaking.

13. Play in the rain.

14. Meditate.

15. Go for a mindfulness walk.

16. Go to a farmer's market.

17. Learn a new skill.

18. Ride your bike somewhere new.

19. Go to yard sales.

20. Tour a farm or garden.

21. People-watch in a crowded area.

22. Join a club.

23. Swing on a playground.

24. Go fish.

25. Rest in a hammock.

26. Find animal tracks.

27. Ride in a boat.

28. Ride a horse.

29. Climb.

30. Do something that scares you.


Jessie Mullins is spending the summer with her husband and their adorable toddler. Her favorite summer activities are camping and eating too many s'mores. You can find bookish things on her author Facebook page or check out her mommy blog on Facebook.

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