Caption this illustration in two sentences.
Tag your letters, "shorties".
Most of us are familiar with writing prompts where a bunch of words, a theme, a picture, etc, are used to help get creativity jump started when faced with a blank piece of paper. And you usually have quite some time to ponder, brainstorm or even research after initial ideas are written on paper. But what do you think about imposing short time limits when responding to a prompt - 60 minutes, 20 minutes, or even 5 minutes? Want to give it a try?
I want you to take a look at the illustration below. You have 30 minutes to scribble something down. It might be a poem, a short story, it's entirely up to you. I hope this will be a fun and productive exercise for eve...
Art has the power to transform,
to illuminate, to educate,
inspire and motivate.
Always retain the ability to walk away, without sentimentality, from a situation that felt unmanageable. That was a basic rule of survival. Don't lift a finger for a lost cause.
Stieg Larsson, The Girl Who Played with Fire
Being deeply loved by someone
gives you strength,
while loving someone deeply
gives you courage.
Rebuild your life from scratch.
Accept change and trust
the power of new beginnings.