Your friend is thinking about getting a pet. What do you recommend?
Describe a scary stretch of road you’ve traveled.
List the utensils you can’t do without in the kitchen.
Share a favorite family story.
Are you a Mac or a PC?

What’s your favorite place to window-shop?
How do you celebrate good news or big occasions?
List the events you’d like to see added to the next Olympic Games.
What are you proud of?
Animal face-off! Who would win in a fight between a wild turkey and a small pig?

If you couldn’t spend Thanksgiving day with family, what restaurant would you choose for an alternate feast?
Happy Thanksgiving. What are you most thankful for this year?
What’s going on your Thanksgiving plate?
What’s the most awkward moment you’ve experienced at a family gathering?
When do you do most of your holiday shopping?

Where’s your favorite winter place to escape the cold (besides home)?
What’s one of the most beautiful things you’ve seen in nature?
If you were on a game show where you got to choose a few friends to call for help, who would you pick?
What’s the happiest life change you’ve had so far?
What’s the longest commute you would consider?

Pick a retro hairstyle that you hated.
You have to rewrite “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” – what do you rename the title characters?
Share the hardest “goodbye” you’ve ever had to say.
What phase of your educational cycle was your favorite?
Where have you received excellent customer service?

If you could be a winged animal, which type would you be?
Share three surprises.
Share a winter memory.
Whose side are you on, anyway?
Name a restaurant you’ve left feeling stuffed.

You can’t sleep. What do you turn to in hopes of falling asleep or embracing your insomnia?
If you could have your own fragrance, what would it be called?
How long is too long to go without a shower?
You’ve just been handed the keys to the city. What’s the first place you unlock?
It’s never too late to start a new beginning. What job would you pick if you had to start over?

You’re in charge of the scavenger hunt. What do the hunters have to find?
What’s a better alternative to hold music?
Animal face-off! Who would win in a fight between a eight tiny reindeer and 10 lords a-leaping?
Where’s the best theme park you’ve ever been to?
What’s the best ‘white elephant’ gift to give at the holidays?

What foods taste better as leftovers?
What’s the nicest thing a stranger has ever done for you?
Which would you rather live across the street from?
What’s a good place to get after-holiday bargains?
Your friend is starting an ice sculpture business – what do you have her make for your next party?

What do you think you’ll remember most from the last year?
What’s going to be different this year?
We each have many types of love relationships — parents, children, spouses, friends. And they’re not always with people; you may love an animal, or a place. Is there a single idea or definition that runs through all the varieties of “love”?
Tell us about a time where everything you’d hoped would happen actually did.
What’s the most significant secret you’ve ever kept? Did the truth ever come out?

Describe a little thing — one of the things you love that defines your world but is often overlooked.
Turn to your co-workers, kids, Facebook friends, family — anyone who’s accessible — and ask them to suggest an article, an adjective, and a noun. There’s your post title! Now write.
To what extent is your blog a place for your own self-expression and creativity vs. a site designed to attract readers? How do you balance that? If sticking to certain topics and types of posts meant your readership would triple, would you do it?
Do you need to agree with an artist’s lifestyle or politics to appreciate their art? To spend money on it?
Do you feel uncomfortable when you see someone else being embarrassed? What’s most likely to make you squirm?

What do you display on the walls of your home — photos, posters, artwork, nothing? How do you choose what to display? What mood are you trying to create?
If you could clone yourself, how would you split up your responsibilities?
Have you ever had a random encounter or fleeting moment with a stranger that stuck with you?
What’s the one habit you’d change about yourself, if you could simply flick a switch and have it happen?
What song is stuck in your head (or on permanent rotation in your CD or MP3 player) these days? Why does it speak to you?

Write about the subject you usually blog about as if you were a music critic.
Get to a nearby cafe: write about a person, place, and thing in as great detail as you can muster.
Head to one of your favorite blogs. Write a companion piece to their penultimate post.
If you could be someone else for a day, who would you be, and why? If that seems too easy, try this one: who would you like to have spend a day as you and what do you hope they’d learn from the experience?
You get to produce your own television show. What’s it about? Who’s starring in it? Describe it in detail.

Write a piece of fiction describing the incident that gave rise to the phrase, “third time’s the charm.”
Pause whatever you’re doing, and ask the person nearest you what they’re thinking about (call someone if you have to). Write a post based on it.
You’ve inherited $5 million, with instructions that you must give it all away — but you can choose any organizations you like to be the beneficiaries. Where does the money go?
How are you more likely to make an important decision — by reasoning through it, or by going with your gut?
Imperfections — in things, in people, in places — add character to life. Tell us about an imperfection that you cherish.

If you ran away and joined the circus, what would your role be? Would you run a concession? Would you train elephants? Be a clown? Ringmaster? Why?
For many of us, winter is blooming into spring, or fall hardening into winter. Which season do you most look forward to?
Tell us about another blogger who has influenced your own online journey.
You’ve been asked to speak at your high school alma mater — about the path of life. (Whoa.) Draft the speech.
Tell us about a sensation — a taste, a smell, a piece of music — that transports you back to childhood.

Describe an item you were incredibly attached to as a child. What became of it?
Do you ever get into a food rut, eating the same meal over and over? If so, what’s your rut? How do you get out of the rut?
Do you feel like you “get” social media, or do you just use it because that’s where all your friends and family are?
Does a messy home (or office) make you anxious and cranky, or is cleaning something you just do before company comes over?
You’ve being exiled to a private island, and your captors will only supply you with five foods. What do you pick?

We cry for lots of reasons: sadness, pain, fear . . . and happiness. When was the last time you shed tears of joy?
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a member of the opposite sex for a day? What do you think life would be like?
If you were to judge your favorite book by its cover, would you still read it?
What activity, task, or game do you love most in the world? Why?
If you could choose to be any famous person who would you be, and why?

Describe your ultimate theme park ride. Roller coaster? Water ride? 3-D Experience?
Describe the last time you were moved to tears by something beautiful.
Humans have very strong scent memory. Tell us about a smell that transports you.
Some people eat to live, while others live to eat. What about you? How far would you travel for the best meal of your life?19 Total answers | See all answers
You’re having a nightmare, and have to choose between three doors. Pick one, and tell us about what you find on the other side.

If your government (local or national) accomplishes one thing in ……., what would you like that to be?
Tell us about a guilty pleasure that you hate or love.
Write a letter to your mom. Tell her something you’ve always wanted to say, but haven’t been able to.
A writer once said, “You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” If this is true, which five people would you like to spend your time with?
Put together a a musical playlist of songs that describe your life, including what you hope your future entails.

Have you ever gone to a new place or tried a new experience and thought to yourself, “I’m never doing that again!” Tell us about it.
Walking down the street, you encounter a folded piece of paper on the sidewalk. You pick it up and read it and immediately, your life has changed. Describe this experience.
When you were 10, what did you want to be when you grew up? What are you now? Are the two connected?
Anachronism (noun): an error in chronology; a person or thing that’s chronologically out of place. Write a story in which a person or thing is out of place, or recount a time when you felt out of place.
Why did you start your writing? Is that still why you write, or has your writing gone in a different direction than you’d planned?

Pick a divisive issue currently in the news. Write a two-paragraph response in which you take on two personas and approach the topic from both sides.
When was the last time your walked away from a discussion, only to think of The Perfect Comeback hours later? Recreate the scene for us, and use your winning line.
Create a short story, piece of memoir, or epic poem that is 26 sentences long, in which the first sentence begins with “A” and each sentence thereafter begins with the next letter of the alphabet.
It’s the year 2113. A major museum is running an exhibition on life and culture as it was in 2013. You’re asked to write an introduction for the show’s brochure. What will it say?
If a restaurant were to name something after you, what would it be? Describe it. (Bonus points if you give us a recipe!)

After spending time with a group of people, do you feel energized and ready for anything or do you want to hide in the corner with a good book?
If you had the opportunity to live a nomadic life, traveling from place to place, would you do it? Do you need a home base? What makes a place “home” to you?
Think of a topic or issue about which you’ve switched your opinion. Why the change?
What’s your favorite part about visiting a new place — the food? The architecture? The people watching?
You win a contest to build your dream home. Tell us all about it. What features will it have?

If you normally write non-fiction, post a photo. If you normally post images, write fiction. If you normally write fiction, write a poem. If you normally write poetry, draw a picture.
If one experience or life change results from you writing your blog, what would you like it to be?
Write whatever you normally write about, and weave in a book quote, film quote, or song lyric that’s been sticking with you this week.
If the world worked on a barter system, how would you fare? Would you have services to barter? Would you be successful, or would you struggle?
If you could live a nomadic life, would you? Where would you go? How would you decide? What would life be like without a “home base”?

Are as comfortable in front of a camera as behind one? Being written about, as well as writing?
Tell us about the last time you had a real, deep, crying-from-laughing belly laugh.
Pinpoint a moment in your past where you had to make a big decision. Write about that other alternate life that could have unfolded.
We each have many types of love relationships — parents, children, spouses, friends. And they’re not always with people; you may love an animal, or a place. Is there a single idea or definition that runs through all the varieties of “love”?
Language evolves. The meaning of a word can shift over time as we use it differently — think of “cool,” “heavy,” or even “literally.” Today, give a word an evolutionary push: give a common word a new meaning, explain it to us, and use it in the title of your post.

When you gaze out your window — real or figurative — do you see the forest first, or the trees?
Tell us about a time where everything you’d hoped would happen actually did.
What’s the most significant secret you’ve ever kept? Did the truth ever come out?
Describe a little thing — one of the things you love that defines your world but is often overlooked.
Turn to your co-workers, kids, Facebook friends, family — anyone who’s accessible — and ask them to suggest an article, an adjective, and a noun. There’s your post title! Now write.

To what extent is your blog a place for your own self-expression and creativity vs. a site designed to attract readers? How do you balance that? If sticking to certain topics and types of posts meant your readership would triple, would you do it?
Do you need to agree with an artist’s lifestyle or politics to appreciate their art? To spend money on it?
Do you feel uncomfortable when you see someone else being embarrassed? What’s most likely to make you squirm?
What do you display on the walls of your home — photos, posters, artwork, nothing? How do you choose what to display? What mood are you trying to create?
Tell us about a book you can read again and again without getting bored — what is it that speaks to you?

If you could clone yourself, how would you split up your responsibilities?
Have you ever had a random encounter or fleeting moment with a stranger that stuck with you?
What’s the one habit you’d change about yourself, if you could simply flick a switch and have it happen?
What is your greatest weakness?
What song is stuck in your head (or on permanent rotation in your CD or MP3 player) these days? Why does it speak to you?

Write about the subject you usually blog about as if you were a music critic.
Get to a nearby cafe: write about a person, place, and thing in as great detail as you can muster.
Head to one of your favorite blogs. Write a companion piece to their penultimate post.
If you could be someone else for a day, who would you be, and why? If that seems too easy, try this one: who would you like to have spend a day as you and what do you hope they’d learn from the experience?
You receive a call from an unexpected person. Who is it, and what is the conversation about? Go!

You get to produce your own television show. What’s it about? Who’s starring in it? Describe it in detail.
Write a piece of fiction describing the incident that gave rise to the phrase, “third time’s the charm.”
Who doesn’t love a list? So write one! Top five slices of pizza in your town, ten reasons disco will never die, the three secrets to happiness — go silly or go deep, just go list-y.
Pause whatever you’re doing, and ask the person nearest you what they’re thinking about (call someone if you have to). Write a post based on it.
You’ve inherited $5 million, with instructions that you must give it all away — but you can choose any organizations you like to be the beneficiaries. Where does the money go?

How are you more likely to make an important decision — by reasoning through it, or by going with your gut?
Imperfections — in things, in people, in places — add character to life. Tell us about an imperfection that you cherish.
If you ran away and joined the circus, what would your role be? Would you run a concession? Would you train elephants? Be a clown? Ringmaster? Why?
For many of us, winter is blooming into spring, or fall hardening into winter. Which season do you most look forward to?
You’ve been asked to speak at your high school alma mater — about the path of life. (Whoa.) Draft the speech.

Tell us about a sensation — a taste, a smell, a piece of music — that transports you back to childhood.
Describe your ultimate living plan (and tell us what you’re think!).
Describe an item you were incredibly attached to as a child. What became of it?
Do you ever get into a food rut, eating the same meal over and over? If so, what’s your rut? How do you get out of the rut?
Do you feel like you “get” social media, or do you just use it because that’s where all your friends and family are?

Does a messy home (or office) make you anxious and cranky, or is cleaning something you just do before company comes over?
You’ve being exiled to a private island, and your captors will only supply you with five foods. What do you pick?
We cry for lots of reasons: sadness, pain, fear . . . and happiness. When was the last time you shed tears of joy?
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a member of the opposite sex for a day? What do you think life would be like?
If you were to judge your favorite book by its cover, would you still read it?

What activity, task, or game do you love most in the world? Why?
If you could choose to be any famous person who would you be, and why?
Was there a toy or thing you always wanted as a child, during the holidays or on your birthday, but never received? Tell us about it.
Write about a noise — or even a silence — that won’t go away. (We’ll let you interpret this in different ways…)
What’s your learning style? Do you prefer learning in a group and in an interactive setting? Or one-on-one? Do you retain information best through lectures, or visuals, or simply by reading books?

You have 15 minutes to address the whole world live (on television or radio — choose your format). What would you say?
Do you play in your daily life? What says “playtime” to you?
Are you good at what you do? What would you like to be better at.
Share the story of a time you felt unsafe.
Think about something that drives you crazy. Now, think about something that makes you happy. Does it change your perspective on the former?

What’s the thing you’re most scared to do? What would it take to get you to do it?
Tell us about a time when you felt out of place.
What do you love most about yourself? What do you love most about your favorite person? Are the two connected?
Interview someone — a friend, another blogger, your mother, the mailman — and write a post based on their responses.
Write about evil: how you understand it (or don’t), what you think it means, or a way it’s manifested, either in the world at large or in your life.

Write about whatever you’d like, but write using regional slang, your dialect, or in your accent.
Share a story about the furthest you’ve ever traveled from home.
Tell us about your favorite meal, either to eat or to prepare. Does it just taste great, or does it have other associations?
You’re set to play poker (or Scrabble or something else . . .) with a group of four. Write a story set during this game. Or, describe the ideal match: the players, the relationships — and the hidden rivalries.
Scour the news for an entirely uninteresting story. Consider how it connects to your life. Write about that.

Do you have a mentor? Tell us about him or her. Are you a mentor to someone else? Tell us what that relationship has added to your life.
What was the last thing you searched for online? Why were you looking for it?
Describe the last time you were surprised by the intensity of a feeling you had about something, or were surprised at how strongly you reacted to something you thought wouldn’t be a big deal.
Tell us about a favorite character from film, theater, or literature, with whom you’d like to have a heart-to-heart. What would you talk about?
If you could create a painless, inexpensive cure for a single ailment, what would you cure and why?

You’re in the middle of a terrible argument, and everyone turns to you to help resolve it. How do you respond? How do you react to conflict?
…for tomorrow we die. The world is ending tomorrow! Tell us about your last dinner — the food, your dining companions, the setting, the conversation.
Tell us about your first day at something — your first day of school, first day of work, first day living on your own, first day blogging, first day as a parent, whatever.
We all know someone who could use a pep talk… so write them one!
Khalil Gibran once said that people will never understand one another unless language is reduced to seven words. What would your seven words be?

Tell us about a habit you’d like to break. Is there any way it can play a positive role in your life?
Tell us about a time you couldn’t quite get your words or images to express what you wanted to express. What do you think the barrier was? For bonus points, try again.
Write a script for a late-night infomercial — where the product is your blog. How do you market yourself? What qualities do you embody that other “products” don’t? What are the benefits of reading your blog?
Tell us about the harshest, most difficult to hear — but accurate — criticism you’e ever gotten. Does it still apply?
You get some incredibly, amazingly, wonderfully fantastic news. What’s the first thing you do?

Your entire community — however you define that; your hometown, your neighborhood, your family, your colleagues — is guaranteed to read your blog tomorrow. Write the post you’d like them all to see.
November 1st is officially declared “Person X Day” — and you get to pick Person X. Tell us about someone who deserves to be commemorated.
Explain your biggest regret — as though to a small child.
Write a post in the style of (or simply inspired by) a favorite author.
Your personal sculptor is carving a person, thing, or event from the last month of your life into the glistening marble of immortality. What’s the statue and what makes it so significant?

What’s the strangest place from which you’ve posted to your blog? When was the last time you were out and about, and suddenly thought, “I need to write about this!”?
For many of us the seasons are changing, bouncing unpredictably between cold and warm. Are you glad to be moving into a new season, or wishing for one more week of the old?
Do you like being scared by books, films, and surprises? Describe the sensation of being scared, and why you love it — or don’t.
Have you ever been addicted to anything, or worried that you were? Have you ever spent too much time and effort on something that was a distraction from your real goals? Tell us about it.
Sometimes, we all need a break from these little glowing boxes. How do you know when it’s time to unplug? What do you do to make it happen?

Tell us about a time when everything seemed to be going wrong — and then, suddenly, you knew it would be alright.
You make a new friend. Make them a mix tape (or playlist, for the younger folks) that tells them who you are through song.
Describe what it feels like to hear a beautiful piece of music or see a stunning piece of art.
How important are clothes to you? Describe your style, if you have one, and tell us how appearance impacts how you feel about yourself.
How do you pick what blogs or books to read? What’s the one thing that will get you to pick up a book or click on a link every single time?

If you were able to clone yourself, how would you divide your duties?
The Evil Censorship Police want to close down your blog forever. Defend your freedom of speech – why does your voice count? What do you stand for?
Imagine a new Voyager spacecraft is being built by NASA, and like its earlier counterparts, it’s going to carry the best of modern human culture inscribed onto a record. What belongs on there and why?
There was a story you once read (or saw, or heard) – and it didn’t end the way it should have ended. And that really annoyed you, right? So how *should* it have ended?
”Start as close to the end as possible,” suggested writer Kurt Vonnegut. Write something that does that without spoiling the ending. (Keep your reader hooked until that last line!)

Think about one thing in the back of your mind that’s bothering you. Now, write it a letter.
There are 26 letters in the English language, and we need every single one of them. Want proof? Choose a letter and write a blog post without using it. (Feeling really brave? Make it a vowel!)
Write a Q&A-style post between two fictional people.
The world is a noisy, chaotic place. Where do you go to unwind?
Helplessness: that dull, sick feeling of not being the one at the reins. When did you last feel like that – and how did you overcome it?

Inspiration doesn’t care where you are and what you’re doing — it just hits, *BAM*. Where’s the craziest place and time you’ve had a great idea?
Franz Kafka said, “we ought to read only books that bite and sting us.” What’s the last thing you read that bit and stung you, and why?
Explore the room you’re in, as if you’re seeing it for the first time. Pretend you know nothing. There’s no history there. So — what do you see?
Write 500 words on any topic you like. Now remove half the words, without changing the essence of what you’re saying.
Do you belong in this day and age? Do you feel comfortable being a citizen of the 21st-century? If you do, explain why — and if you don’t, when in human history would you rather be?

Choose and write about 5 (or 10) possessions that sum up who you are.
In a few paragraphs, summarize the novel or screenplay you would write if only you had the time.
Set a timer for sixty seconds. Without thinking or stopping to edit yourself, race that timer like a champ until you have a stack of single word titles. Now give yourself thirty seconds. At the end of that thirty seconds you will have chosen two of these words, glued them haphazardly together, and steeled yourself to write a post about or inspired by them. Go, go, go, time’s a wastin’.
Think of something that truly repulses you. Hold that thought until your skin squirms. Now, write a glowing puff piece about its glorious merits.
Think of a time you let something slide only for it to brutally gnaw at your brain for days to come. Put that to rights, write about it.

Pick up a book, newspaper or magazine (ok, junk mail will do if you’re having a hard time). Shut your eyes, turn to a page and stab your finger at a word. Pop that in your post title. Do the same again. And again. There’s your prompt for today.
Go back in time to an event you think could have played out differently for you. Snap off time and let alternate history have its moment: tell us what could, would or should have happened.
What’s the most dreadful, or wonderful, experience you’ve ever had as a customer? How could it have been better or worse?
You’re making a documentary about something that you feel so passionate about that you’ve saved up for a decade to get it made. Ok, you’re not making a documentary really, but you’re writing a post about the same subject. Go write it!
Take a line from a song that you love or connect with. Now forget the song, and turn that line into the title or inspiration for your post.

Scour the news for an entirely uninteresting story. Consider how it connects to your life in some way. Write about that.
Run outside. Take a picture of the first thing you see. Run inside. Take a picture of the second thing you see. Write about the connection between these two random objects, people or scenes.
Your blog just went viral. Ok, sorry, not yet. But just imagine. What’s the one post you’d like new readers to see and remember you by? Write that post.
You have three hundred words to justify the existence of your favorite person, place or thing. Failure to convince will result in it vanishing without a trace. Begin.
You have three hundred words to justify the deletion from time, space and memory a person, place or thing. Failure to convince will result in it being infinitely cloned and paraded on a billboard in front of your home forevermore.

If you could wake up tomorrow and find that one thing had changed about the world, what would you have that one thing be?
What will you be thinking about on your deathbed?
Make a list of things you’d like to change. Expand one or all of the point into a post. How do they inform one another? What connects them? What does that say about you?
What would you be blogging about if you had a completely different blog? Does that connect at all to what you usually blog about? Even a teensy bit?
Write down the first sight, sound, smell, sensation and scene from your life that come to mind with just sixty seconds for each. See which of those you’d most like to continue to write about, and where it leads you.

Who do you picture reading your blog? Write them a letter.
What change, big or small, would you like your blog to make in the world?
In a thousand years your blog gets dug up and put in a museum. What does the general description on its shiny brass plaque say about all of the posts within?
….. just got fired into space in a pea-sized capsule. Inside the capsule is a pithy summary of what …. was all about. For you, for humanity, for your local crochet group, you decide. What does it say?
Your personal sculptor is carving a person, thing or event from the last month of your life into the glistening marble of immortality. What’s the statue of and what makes it so significant?
Take a subject you’re familiar with and imagine it as three photos in a sequence. Tackle the subject by describing those three shots.

Take a complicated subject you know more about than most. Now explain it as if you were talking it over to a friend over coffee. Your friend knows nothing about it at all.
Is there a goal you’d like to accomplish by the end of this year?
It’s the first week of November! What does this month make you think of?
When was the last time you felt really, truly lonely?
Blogging is about expressing, sharing, connecting…and what else is blogging to you?

Write about a time you acted first and thought later, giving into your impulses.
What are your ideas for repurposing all those political yard signs after the election?
Write a post *only* using well-worn phrases and clichés
Write a post entirely avoiding or only using well-worn phrases and clichés
Tell us about the one experience that has changed your life.

Why do you write? What keeps you motivated?
Which New Year’s resolution haven’t you kept? Why? How will you redouble your efforts to achieve your goal?
Superstitions: Do you have any? Or do you think they’re silly?
You receive a call from someone you don’t expect. Who is it, and what is the conversation about?
You’ve been asked to do a five-minute presentation to a group of schoolchildren on anything of your choice. What would you present?

A place from your past or childhood, one that you’re fond of, is destroyed. How do you feel?
We all have obsessions. What do you obsess about? Why?
As if by magic, you can now play the guitar with great skill. What’s the first song you will play?
Write a 500-word introduction to the story of your life.
Write a 500-word prequel to the story of your life

How’s it going with your New Year’s resolutions? Write the full report.
“It’s never a good idea to discuss religion or politics with people you don’t really know.” Agree or disagree?
Tell us about one photograph that means a lot to you.
Describe your idea of a surreal experience.
If you had to evacuate your home in an instant, what five items would you grab on your way out?

What technological device could you not live without?
Do you have a favorite quote that you return to again and again? If so, what is it, and why does it move you?
If you were asked to spend a year living in a different location, where would you choose and why?
What is one question you hate to be asked? Explain.
Describe an individual whom you admire. What traits do you like about this person?

In a nightmare, you’ve encountered three doors. Choose one, and let us know what you find on the other side.
What is your earliest memory? Describe it in detail.
Describe your ideal job — where would you work? What would you do?
Recall your very first day of school. How did you feel? Write about it.
What song, when you hear it, transports you back in time? What time in your life does it transport you to? Describe that time in your life in detail.

If you were a mad scientist and could create a cure for any disease, which disease would you cure and why?
Do you believe in ghosts? Why or why not?
What is your worst quality as a human? Describe it in detail, and why you think it’s bad.
Write a letter to your 100 year-old self.
If you got one do-over in life, no questions asked, what would you choose to do over? Why?

If you could learn to play a musical instrument, which would you choose? Why?
If you could become any type of animal, what type of animal would you choose to become? Why?
If you were forced to lose one of your five senses — which sense would you give up? Why?
Which food, when you eat it, instantly transports you to childhood?
Who is the person most dear to you? Why do you hold this person in such high regard?

If you could choose to learn any skill in the world, what skill would you choose to learn?
f you could wake up tomorrow as any other human being in the world, which person would you choose to be and why?
What is your favorite holiday? Why is it your favorite?
If you could travel to any planet in our solar system, which planet would you choose and why?
What is your favorite smell? Describe that smell in detail. How does it make you feel?
Write your obituary.