For me, spring break vacation has always been a double-edged sword. True, I finally have time to write. But, I don't have school to force me to write, which makes it so hard to get started. When I don't have a deadline or an assignment, I can have trouble figuring out where to begin. I need that extra nudge to get me going. Otherwise, I'll be staring at that blank page for the entire week.
But the fact of the matter is, nothing can be more exciting or as stress-relieving as working on a writing project. This spring break, dedicate some time to your creativity. When you give it room, you can push your writing to places you never expected to go. All you have to do is start.
So, here are some prompts to jumpstart your writing over the break. Some of these are a little goofy, it's true. But in my opinion, the best writing is done when you let your guard down. You're on break, after all, so you especially should be having fun with your writing.
Follow these prompts as loosely or as strictly as you please. Remember, they're a tool for you. You're not getting a grade for this, you don't have to let anyone see it. Enjoy it! It may be hard to start, but it will feel so good once you get going.