These are some of the daily writing prompts I use in class.

This is a link to the 180 prompts that I actually use.

There's a little bit more about me and what I might be up to over here.

If you have questions, comments, or suggestions, please let me know.

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License, which really just means that you shouldn't make money off these, but please use them in your classrooms (or wherever it is that you like to do writing) as much as you'd like.

DFTBA.

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    Why quantify ? the good life can’t be quantified, but appreciated and saved in memory for future bliss.
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    How interesting! Here we go: Waking up: -2 +4 Morning Coffee: +2 Going to work: -5 Listening to music on commute: +10 ...
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    PAIGE PAIGE PAIGE PAIGE PAIGE PAIGE
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    comic was about the absurdity in attempting to quantify the “good” in
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    …this is a scary idea….
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