28 Days of Writing Prompts for February

We are back with our Writing Prompts, and since it is February, we have 28 of them for you this month. Our goal is to help you keep your editorial calendar stocked with plenty of writing ideas.

28 days of writing prompts to help you prepare your editorial calendar for February.

28 Days of Writing Prompts

Feel free to pick and choose which prompts work well for your blog.

  1. Let’s talk about your 2015 goals. Are you staying on track or facing some challenges? Are you making new goals for February?
  2. Groundhog Day! Did you see your shadow when you walked outside this morning?
  3. 5 Valentine’s Day date ideas for people on a budget.
  4. Share the recipe for your favorite Valentine’s Day baked good
  5. Write a post inspired by this word: Family
  6. Have you ever seen the movie An Affair To Remember? Share your top ten romantic movies. We want to see if any of our favorites makes your list.
  7. When was the last time you said, “I love you.”?
  8. At what age should children be allowed to use social media, and how much parent involvement do they need?
  9. Have you ever been bullied? If so, how did you handle it?
  10. Write a short story that features an umbrella.
  11. Describe your ideal friend – do you live up to this description in your friendships?
  12. Do you have a favorite fairy tale? Why does that particular story speak to you?
  13. Tell us your favorite thing about yourself.
  14. Valentine’s Day. Is it a big deal in your world – why or why not?
  15. Share your 5 best tips for organization.
  16. President’s Day! Share something about your favorite president.
  17. How do you save money on your grocery bill?
  18. 5 tips to take the perfect photo
  19. Tell us a mysterious story. Or write a review of your favorite mystery book or movie.
  20. What advice do you wish you would have received before having kids?
  21. Your best chicken recipe
  22. International World Thinking Day! What does it mean to you to empower girls and women?
  23. Love it or hate it, what’s your view on politics?
  24. How do you cheer up a grouchy person?
  25. What are you wearing today? Share your outfit and tell us about your personal style.
  26. Tell us about your best middle school moment.
  27. What song played during your first dance as husband and wife? Why did you choose that song?
  28. Write a letter to your younger self. Be really honest.

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About Tracie Nall

Tracie lives in Florida with her husband, tween daughter, and more books than her shelves will hold. She spends her days writing and homeschooling. Many of her words end up on her blog, From Tracie. Find Tracie on Twitter @FromTracie, and on Google+. Tracie takes pictures of things that are yellow.
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  1. says

    These are some great ideas. I am going to try and tackle half and see how it goes. Thank you for sharing.

  2. says

    Awesome ideas. I wanted to do a few Valentines Day post but wasn’t sure what I wanted to write about. This is great!

  3. says

    Great prompt ideas! I just took a longer than expected break from my blog and this is just what I need to kick it up the behind. Thanks :)

    • says

      not sure why my latest blog post didn’t come up via comment love in my original post, but it’s about my magical floating kidney if anyone fancies a read.

  4. says

    Thanks for the great ideas! I will definitely be using some of these when “writer’s block” hits!

  5. says

    Thank you for these great writing prompts! This will definitely help when I’m at a loss for what to post on social media!

  6. says

    These are great tips! I can always use some inspiration! I recently published my poetry, called Muse Swings. It’s available in digital and paperback at Amazon.com. your writing nudges might be the start of another.

  7. says

    Thanks so much! This post came at the perfect time. One of my goals for the week is to finalize my editorial calendar for February and this inspiration will help me fill in the gaps. You gals rock!

  8. says

    I love these prompts. Your January prompts came in handy and so I’d definitely be coming back to this when I am stuck. Thanks so much.

  9. says

    OOhh lots of ideas and thoughts I could incorporated into my blog this month! Could be fun to post a recipe with some of these… hehehe Thanks for sharing! :)


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