Sometimes, it can be hard to find the motivation to write regularly, especially if you're not working on a project or are new to the writing process. Using prompts is a great way to encourage ideas and to get yourself writing on a daily basis.
Write down three writing goals you would like to achieve this month.
Write a poem of any style titled 'Snowdrops'.
Brainstorm as many words as possible that you associate with February.
Describe the month of February using the words you brainstormed yesterday.
Write a description of the sky outside your window.
Write a poem in the shape of a heart.
Write about what love means to you.
Brainstorm as many words as you can think of connected to the theme of love.
Write a haiku about love.
Write a story starting with the words: Snow had fallen...
Describe your favourite place in the world.
Write a poem of any style titled 'Heartbreak'.
Write a story about pancakes in honour of Pancake Day!
Write a letter to someone special in your life.
Freewrite for five minutes on the theme of love.
Write a story with a romantic twist.
Describe a romantic date you've been on (old or new).
Describe a self-love habit you would like to start taking seriously.
Write a story set in February.
What book are you reading at the moment? Write a review of it.
Read a poem or listen to a song you like and write what you feel about it.
Write a poem titled: Spring is coming.
Go for a walk and write a description about it using the five senses.
Write a list of colours you associate with February. Look out of your window if it helps!
Describe a frosty landscape.
Write a story about a freezing day. You could use your description from yesterday.
Go out in your garden or for a walk. Pick up a nature-related object e.g. a leaf or snail shell and describe it.
Write a poem about hope.
Write a story titled 'Leap Year'.
Feel free to comment with your ideas!