Weekly 7-day writing prompts

Monday’s weekly 7-day writing prompts # 3 Theme “All about you”

Writing prompts tips for writers be creative


Writing prompts tips for writers. Be creative. The theme this week is “All about you.”  How it works.

I will be posting a 7-day calendar with challenging writing prompts for writers to help stimulate your mind and get your creative juices flowing.

Sometimes we just need a break from our current writing projects and explore other avenues of writing. Or maybe you are experiencing writer’s block.

As strange as it may seem, one of the best methods to help with writer’s block is to just write. Break yourself away from your current project and write outside the box. Explore different subject matter, avenues you have not ventured in. You will be surprised by how much it helps.


Welcome to this weeks Monday’s weekly 7 – day writer’s prompts. This weeks theme is “ALL ABOUT YOU”.

Each week I will post a different theme allowing you to exercise your writing technics in a wide range of fields. Try and set a goal for each story to be between 750 and 1000 words. You never know, one just may turn into a novel. Have fun! Feel free to post your stories too. I would love to read them.

This week prompts – “All about you.”

MONDAY – Describe yourself in detail.


TUESDAY – Write about your favorite childhood memory.


WEDNESDAY – Write about what you hope to achieve in the next five years. Do you think you will fulfill your goals?


THURSDAY – What is your proudest moment. What did you have to do to conquer this achievement?


FRIDAY – Write about your first job. Did you love it or hate it? Why?


SATURDAY – Describe in detail, your weaknesses and what you don’t like about yourself.  What could you do to change them?


SUNDAY – If you could sit on a park bench with anyone you choose, who would it be and why?  Write the conversation you would have with this person

One more tip

If you find that you have more to write after reaching 1000 words. Don’t Stop! Keep going! Let your imagination write the story

I would love to hear if these prompts help you and let me know which one was your favorite. Happy writing!


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17 thoughts on “Monday’s weekly 7-day writing prompts # 3 Theme “All about you””

  1. I will definitely try this! I love writing. I am not one, but as a hobby I find it very relaxing. Thank you, and see you next week with the next promt💋❤️

    1. Thank you, I hope they help you to relax. As a writer, I am always looking for subject matter away from my comfort zones. These prompts seem to help and I hope they will help other writers too.

  2. Starting to write (or continuing) is really a wonderful way to get through writer’s block. Eventually, the creative flow will return on its own. Until then, it’s pretty much a matter of kinesthetic memory and of modelling for mind and body what you want to do.

  3. These are interesting writing prompts. I can see overtime how one would become a better writer. Nice to keep and see difference at the end of the year.

  4. These are great prompts! I used to not enjoy writing but I’m finding that I am starting to enjoy it more now.

  5. This is great. I love the prompts. Last year when I took a 30 day challenge I found some of the prompts really helpful when it came to writing something for the day. I find myself always feeling the need to add a picture. That’s where I struggle sometimes.

  6. This is a really good idea! I have saved this for if I have a blogging slump as I would love to give it a go 🙂

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