During my spotty relationship with public school, I had a love/hate relationship with learning new things. While I loved when I picked up things quickly, I hated struggling through a difficult topic.
In adulthood, I’ve learned to embrace the struggle.
Recently, I’ve put aside time to learn about flash fiction. I’ve been focusing on the learning process instead of stressing myself out about getting better as quickly as possible.
This week, take time to learn something new.
For example, the next thing on my curriculum is learning how to write a TV show pilot (mostly through YouTube, but hey--who doesn’t learn everything through YouTube nowadays?)
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Random Music Clip: Danna Paola - Calla Tú
Write a story documenting a day in the life of a farmer that takes a turn for the worse.
Randomize your favorite playlist. Write a story based on the first song you hear.
Your character is stuck in an elevator with one other person for a few hours. Your characters don’t know how long they’re going to be in there. How do they handle it? Do they wait it out, fight each other, or band together to try and get out?
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