I find that it is so easy to get wrapped up in the little things and get down by them. There are a few of us in my work situation and in my personal relationships that practice the "I Like" game. When we get flustered, we list 3-5 things we like, or are happy about or that is going good in that day. So Let's play!
I like mangos, which I have just indulged in for breakfast.
I like my job.
I like when coffee shops are open on the holidays.
I like Christmas
I like a fire in the fireplace, quiet music in the background
I like happy, laughing children enjoying themselves.
I always love a good bargain!
I love my daughter and hubbers, and my daughter's friends.
I love writing but need to rig up the inspiration. Advice welcome:)
I actually wrote a hub about some writing exercises one could practice to "rig up inspiration" What's your writing genre? Do you prefer fiction, poetry, non fiction? For articles I try and stay along the lines of what my interests are - I'm interested in natural health, books, history, science - and then I try and figure out something that would be less covered. For example, I saw a hubber write about the medicinal benefits of the coca plant.
For fiction...like I said, i wrote a hub on it as well, but if you google "writing prompts" you'll come up with some fun leads
Thank you for the advice. I need writing prompts and am so grateful that Hubpages accommodates this kind of writing. Would you have any advice on how to get a "How to write a book" lesson? That's also on my bucket list. I have ghost written so many books but want to do one with my byline:)
That one I can't help you with. I wing it on that one However, I do recommend the book "How to earn a six figure income writing", or something along those lines. I learned a lot of good things with that one.
I like watching my children playing so well with their new toys.
I like watching my dogs chase that spot on their back that itches.
I like the way my husband plays on the floor with our baby girl.
I like a good book on a rainy afternoon with a Dr. Pepper.
If anyone is curious about how this makes 3:
Rainy afternoons is a good one, I'd its the right type of rain. But I live in Washington, so rainy afternoons are fairly frequent
I've often thought I should live somewhere else. As to the type of rain, I think it should be medium. I do like heavy rain sometimes, but usually I am most in the mood for a relaxed, quiet atmosphere where I can stare out the window and listen and watch the rain surround my entire environment and splatter off of my house or the current building I happen to be occupying.
I really do love a heavy rain
I used to live in Wales which was too lethargic to rain properly, yet continually rained this sort of indecisive rain all the time. Now I live in Washington where it rains and when it rains it smells of trees, which makes up for its lack of dedication
i like sleeping
i like playing games
i like watching sci-fi movie
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