365 Creative Writing Prompts To Kick-Start Your Writing Journey

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If you want to craft something quirky, these 365 creative writing prompts will be the best thing you’re going to come across!

Who doesn’t want to write about compelling happenings? Or thinking about something ugly but finding a silver lining or some other positive thing? But what if I told you there are plenty more things you can include in your creative writing? 

We’ve got plenty of creative writing prompts for all types of essays, poems, short stories — even songs!

So, without further ado, let’s get into it!

PS: No race, gender, ethnicity, religion, belief system, social class, or sexual identity has been targeted in these prompts. They are written just for you to get different creative writing ideas. 

365 creative writing prompts

Here are some scenario-based 365 creative writing prompts:

  1. A person works hard, day and night, to create a life he loves. 
  1. The day-to-day happenings around you. The hustle and bustle on roads, the interaction between two kids, and so on.
  1. Eleanor was walking down the street when she saw her mother with another man. 
  1. The children played in the park while their mothers were busy discussing their mac and cheese recipes.
  1. She baked a cake for midnight. Celebration of her dad’s birthday. It turned out to be a disaster. 
  1. She was her mom’s best friend. 
  1. Her brother made her feel like the queen of the world. 
  1. She was academically brilliant but was not life smart at all. 
  1. It is a great way to write new beginnings creatively. Such as starting university, a new relationship, or moving to a foreign country.
  1. Time was a timid boy; he always stayed in his room. Till the day he left everyone in shock.
  1. Unrequited love is one of the most beautiful things to exist tragically. 
  1. Start a realistic story but portray it as a dreaming sequence in the end.
  1. He went to outer space through NASA. He realized that he was not alone.
  1. There’s a first time for everything; penning these events down is always a good option.
365 creative writing prompts
  1. Her color palette combines soft natural tones with vibrant, occasionally boisterous highlights, and she is successful at making challenging color combinations effective. She’s the most successful artist I know. 
  1. I found a motivational poster when I was feeling at my lowest.
  1. Try romanticizing everyday happenings and writing about them if you are undergoing a creative block. 
  1. She was completing her french writing assignment, but her mind was elsewhere. She desperately wanted a break from her monotonous life. 
  1. EJ Diver was his role model. “Only if I could become half as good of a cricketer as he was,” he sighed. 
  1. She sent the immigration department a mail. ‘Email Address Not Found’ read the screen. “Oh no!” she exclaimed. 
  1. An insurance agent received an unexpected call. 
  1. She waited the entire year to go to the prom. 
  1. She bumped into a guy at the office. They maintained eye contact for good 10 minutes before comprehending what just happened. 
  1. She was given a time limit of 30 seconds to complete the most accessible yet most challenging task of her life. She had to tell her mother the reality. 
  1. She clicked the buy now button without the permission of her mum. 
  1. I sit in my seat on the airplane. I look out the window at the clouds and feel safe.
  1. I like to watch people pass by as they leave their houses to go somewhere else—they’re all dressed up, or maybe they’re wearing nice clothes that cost a lot of money.
  1. The flight attendants always smile at us when they ask if we need anything else before takeoff. They must be happy working there because they get paid well!
  1. One time when I was on an airplane with my family, we were all sitting together in one row when suddenly this man got up from his seat across from ours and started talking loudly about how much he hated flying because it’s so dull once you’ve been sitting there for hours on end.
  1. You see, hope is not a feeling. Hope is a choice. You can choose to give up, or you can choose to keep going and see where it leads you. You can choose to be afraid of failure or afraid of success. I am glad I decided to hope! 
  1. My father loves me unconditionally, but I know he’s worried about all this bad behavior I’m constantly doing.
  1. Say goodbye to your family and friends. Make amends with people you have wronged or hurt in the past. 
  1. I decided to take an old friend out for coffee. 
  1. You are walking through the streets of Paris. It is a beautiful, sunny day, and you can feel the warmth on your skin as you walk along. The birds chirping in the distance fill your ears with joy, reminding you how lucky you are to live here. As you turn a corner, there stands an old church that has stood for centuries and is now being renovated into an art gallery. The last thing you see is a man coming closer to you before you pass out. 
  1. This building houses many treasures from around France: paintings by famous artists like Raphael or Botticelli; antique musical instruments; historical documents written by kings and queens from generations ago; books about the history dating back centuries before yours! 
  1. There’s even some furniture inside—a few chairs here, some tables—all carefully arranged so that they create little rooms within this one large room where people can spend time together while enjoying each other’s company.
  1. “Now that is a glow up, I must say!” he exclaimed. 

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  1. Cally’s tan huts are generating high profit. Never in her life did she imagine herself running a successful business. 
  2. She was leaning against the bedroom wall, tears rolling down her cheeks. 
  1. The best place to get writing done is at the library. It’s where I go when I need to be creative or finish a paper or story.
  1. I like my pen because it’s pink and has a swirly pattern. It reminds me of a fairy tale, and sometimes when I write with it, I feel like I’m telling my stories to other people who can’t see me.
  1. One day when we were at an insurance agent appointment, she asked if we could walk around the office because there was a lot of stuff on our desk, including papers that needed to be signed by us! We signed all of them in one sitting.
  1. “I think we should work this out; I can not afford to live without you,” he said. 
  1. That day, she met Mike, who told her she was adopted. 
  1. They had fun together, but then they realized they were both doing wrong.
  1. The next time Nina tried walking around town, she met Sam. It was different this time.
  1. Ian had no idea where home was. He knew that he used to live in China and moved here when he was young, but he forgot how to read or write in his native language. He didn’t know how much time he had left on this earth either. He was dying!
  1. Roberto found a job as an insurance agent at the local fire station, where he could help others by getting them quotes for policies. 
  1. A day in the life of the President of America. 
  1. I wake up, and I have this feeling that my heart is sinking. 
  1. When I returned to class, everyone seemed busy talking about what they will do for their summer vacation. All of them are going somewhere exotic and calm (except for me). They’re all planning trips all over Europe! 
  1. One girl asked me if she could borrow my phone again because her parents won’t let her have one at home anymore. This girl always creates trouble for me.
  2. Water always scares the life out of me!
  1. Last weekend, I went to the beach and lay on the sand for an hour, staring at the sky and the clouds.
  1. I used to live in a town where everyone knew everyone else’s Name, but now it feels like I’ve vanished from the face of the earth.
  1. I was sitting in a coffee shop yesterday with my best friend, who told me she thinks she may be pregnant. It was such a weird feeling. 
  1. My boyfriend said he wanted to buy me ice cream today! That’s so cute! He’s so sweet when he wants to take care of me and makes me feel so special when he does stuff like that.
  2. I was sitting in the library when I heard the soft sobs from the person sitting next to me.
  1. She loves rice so much that she can have them for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. 
  1. My English language teacher is one gem of a person. 
  1. Do you know how much time travel happens every day on social media? 
  1. My heart is racing. I don’t know what to do!
  1. She is very protective of her children. 
  1. He is a fantastic driver. 
  1. The new sushi truck is the best thing ever for me!
  1. I like trying out and experimenting with new stuff every day. 
  1. He can run a marathon. 
  1. He is the guy every girl has once had a crush on. 
  1. When I was a kid, my mom used to tell me that the best way to stay positive is to write a letter to yourself. She said it would be fun to write down all your dreams and wishes for the future. 
  1. Wasting my life: that’s precisely what I’m doing right now!
  1. When we’re young, we don’t always know how many different paths are available. But when we grow up and start thinking about our adult lives, we can look back on our younger selves with fondness instead of regret or shame. We can see how far our lives have come and how much progress we’ve made along the way.
  1. Walking through the grocery store, I feel my writer’s mind at work. The bags and boxes of produce are calling to me as if they were waiting for me to write about them. They want to be written about. They want to be in my stories!
  1. I look around the store and see Lady Gaga! (You can replace the Name with your celebrity crush) “Am I dreaming?” I ask myself. 
365 creative writing prompts
  1. As I browse the aisles of produce, I’m reminded of how much I enjoy writing about mythical creatures—and now that I’m thinking about it, I realize that mythological creatures are just animals from ancient myths! 
  1.  If there were real mythical animals? How would they fit into our world?
  1. I’m not sure what I did to deserve this, but I will take it.
  1. A grocery store is a magical place. It’s where you buy everything you need for your daily needs—and it should also be where you find inspiration.
  1. Do you ever get writer’s block? If so, head to the grocery store. Walk around and soak up the sights, sounds, and smells surrounding you. You’ll probably have some new ideas for your next book or story!
  1. If you’re a writer who likes to explore the world around them, then go on an adventure. 
  1. Look at some of the strange creatures in our oceans, forests, or deserts—you never know what kind of story could come from that!
  1. Let’s face it, if nothing else works well enough: sometimes things just don’t click. 
  1. Check out some free streaming services like Amazon Prime Video or Netflix.
  1. He planned to start his own wholesale business. 
  1. Netflix and Chill: the new normal. 
  2. She sighed at the thought of her ex-boyfriend. “How can he be so heartless,” she contemplated. 

You can follow these direction-based 365 creative writing prompts:

Note: You don’t have to describe/write/answer the prompts in your writings only if you have relevant experience. Don’t feel shy to showcase your imagination using these 365 creative writing prompts!

  1. Describe a destination wedding in Bangkok, Thailand. 
  1. Write about a world tour from a first-person perspective. 
  1. Create an imaginary dialogue between the sun and the moon. 
  1. Consider writing about the best day of the year and why it is so.
  1. Formulate a creative piece of writing in the style of an interactive journal. Make it a journal entry, but creatively.
  1. Write about a single day that completely changed your life.
  1. Include playful ideas in your writings.
  1. Craft stories for young minds that can be featured in children’s books.
  1. Cover historical events such as French Revolution, the Vietnamese War, Feminist Movements, and other important social and political events.
  2. Write about a magical stationery item you own; it can be your favorite pen or a possessed eraser. 
  1. Write about corporate business meetings in an office.
  1. Write fairy tales under the fantasy genre. 
  1. Write about high school students engaged in silly sports.
  1. Write about that one time you were so close to giving up, but you are glad you didn’t. 
  1. Describe the uncertainty of life. 
  1. Describe how the Covid-19 pandemic affected the entire world. 
  1. Write about Shakespeare’s literature. 
  1. Write about a busy day at the office. 
  1. Exemplify the importance of honesty in daily life. 
  1. Consider writing about the best places to visit in your city. 
  1. Write about a healthy lifestyle. 
  1. Write about factually unique things, including human psychology specifically. 
  1. Write about the time you had to wait.  
  1. Get your creative juices flowing by writing a story circling paranormal activities. 
  1. Justify the importance of physical activity. 
  1. Discuss how essential photographs are by exemplifying them.
  1. Write political stories and give them nonfiction titles. 
  1. Write about a very famous letter.
  1. Write about the recent dream you just had. 
  1. Write how you and your best friend turned into bitter enemies. 
  1. Write a short story with a moral lesson. 
  1. Write about an intelligent girl who spends her free time writing. 
  1. Write about the best mentor in your life.
  1. Write about how social media has changed our lives for good.
  1. Write about how social media has changed our lives for bad. 
  1. Write about getting into your dream university. 
  1. Describe your guilty pleasure. 
  1. Write about what keeps you sane. 
  1. Write about the set of rules you have set for yourself. 
  1. Write about a girl who lived alone. 
  1. Write about a stranger who changed your life. 
  1. Write about your childhood obsessions. 
  1. Write about your teenage obsessions. 

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  1. Write about the day you received a piece of good news. 
  1. Describe how a rainbow forms after rain in a poetic way. 
  1. Write about a heartbreak. 
  1. Write about martyrdom. 
  1. Write about your deepest darkest secrets anonymously. 
  1. Write fan-fictions. 
  1. Write about the person you hold the dearest. 
  1. Write about a toxic relationship. 
  1. Write about the emergence of feminist movements. 
  1. Write about the sociological perspective of marxism and how it applies in our daily lives. 
  1. Assess your daily expenditure and describe it descriptively. 
  2. Write in detail about your first love. 
  1. Write about the stupidest thing you did when you were 16. 
  1. Write about your first kiss.
  1. She clicked the buy now button without the permission of her mum. 
  1. Where’d you go if you had the option to avail of time travel once in your life?
  1. Write about the best thing that has ever occurred to you. 
  1. Describe how much you love/hate ice cream. 
  1. Write about the importance of equal rights irrespective of age, race, gender, and ethnicity. 
  1. Write about the first love letter you wrote for your boyfriend. 
  1. Write about your valentine’s day date.
  1. Pick a character from your favorite book and formulate his story in an alternate universe. 
  1. Write about the last time you cried. 
  1. Describe the scene when a man got caught shoplifting at a grocery store.
  1. Write about your old house.
  1. Do you believe in mythical creatures?
  1. Write about your favorite place to go when you are in a good mood.
  1. Drive your writing inspiration out of a painting. 
  1. Write about your go-to person when you get in trouble.
  1. Write about your most unliked family member.
  1. Set your story in a pirate ship and formulate the story accordingly. 
  1. Write about your favorite yellow frock you had as an adolescent. 
  1. Write about your daily inspirations. 
  1. Read a new book and get ideas from its characters. 
  1. Describe what makes you a little bit nervous every single time.
  1. Write about waking up to the sound of birds chirping.
  1. Write about waking up to the smell of coffee brewing.
  1. Write about waking up to the feeling of a warm body next to you, even if it’s just for a moment before you leave for school or work.
  1. Write about waking up with a smile on your face because maybe today will be different from yesterday, and tomorrow will be better than today!
  1. Write about summer.
  1. Write about meeting someone on an airplane and a conversation you might have.
  1. Write about a time you saw hope when it seemed like a hopeless situation.
  1. Describe your way of dealing with uncertain things. 
  1. Describe the moment life made perfect sense to you.
  1. Write about taking your favorite or least-favorite form of transportation.
  1. Write about your favorite form of transportation.
  1. Write about your least favorite food.
  1. Write about when you took the train or bus, and something interesting happened.
  1. Write about taking the subway, and something interesting happened.
  1. Write a poem that gives directions on how to do something.
  1. Write a poem that tells you how to do something (e.g., put the lid back on a jar). The poem should be written in the first person and use at least two different points of view (the speaker’s and another character’s). 
  1. Write a monologue. 
  1. Write a dialogue between a mother and a daughter. 
  1. Write a poem or story that uses dialogue between two strangers.
  1. Describe one of your grandparents.
  1. Describe your personality, life story, and house/apartment. 
  1. Describe your possessions. 
  1. Describe your good habits. 
  1. Describe your bad habits. 
  1. Describe how your crush looks and dresses. 
  1. What would you do if today was the only day you had left?
  1. Write a letter to someone you love. 
  1. Write about a child’s passion for stationery. 
  1. Write about a gaming addict. 
  1. Write about something that has always been on your bucket list but never made it there. 
  1. Write about hiking at the hill station. 
  1. Describe what you think of when you imagine France.
  1. Describe the infrastructure of any historical monument you can think of/have been to. 
  1. Write about something ugly — war, fear, hate, cruelty — but find the beauty (silver lining) in it or something good that comes out of it or someone who handles it well.
  1. Write a children’s book about a little girl named Leena who has a habit of getting lost. She started in the library but soon got bored and decided to explore outside. 
  1. Write down everything you want from life in one sentence. Tell yourself that you’re going to achieve them because even if things don’t go exactly as planned, at least you can look back and see how far you’ve come.
  1. Write down all your hopes and dreams, too—even if they’re silly or impossible-sounding! Even if they’re crazy-sounding! Write them down anyway! You might be surprised by how many things you have in common with people who think differently.
  1. Write about your work ethic. 
  1. Describe your study table as a student. 
  1. Write down the entire process of making a cake but in a revolting/twisted way. 
  1. Write about a mysterious girl. 
  1. Write about an incident when you got in a catfight. 
  1. Describe the work environment of the company you work in. 
  1. Explain the life of a joker. 
  1. Write a story about the time you were most afraid of.
  1. Write about the first time you sneaked out of your house at night and got caught. 
  1. Write a story about the best and worst things that happened to you this week.
  1. Write about the time you cheated on your exam. 
  1. Write a story about the thing that you love most in the world. 
  1. Write about what you hate most in the world.
  1. Write a story about something that happened to someone in your family and what it feels like for them to have had this happen.
  1. Write about a kitchen disaster. 
  1. Write a story about something that’s been bothering you lately.
  1. Write a story in which you solve a huge problem.
  1. Write an essay about how you feel about pets or some other animal or person who deserves special treatment from society (like maybe an abused dog who’s been through so much).
  1. Write about a time when someone was mean to you.
  1. Write another story where they apologized for being mean.
  1. Write about the importance of forgiving others for your mental health. 
  1. Write a story about the last time you saw your parents.
  1. Write a short story about a person who is afraid of something but they don’t know what it is.
  2. Write a story about how you feel when you’re not sure if you should trust your friends or not.
  1. Create an imaginary conversation with someone in history which has influenced your life and explain why they’re influential to you.
  1. Imagine yourself as a character in an old-fashioned movie and write a scene where they are being judged by the audience for their actions in that scene.
  1. Write about how you would describe yourself if someone wrote about your life story based on what you tell them about yourself.
  1. Write about something that happened at school today. 
  1. Write about something that made you laugh. 
  1. Write about something that made you feel happy or sad, positive or negative. 
  1. Write a story of a person who started a business but failed at it. 
  1. Write about someone who ended up getting famous.
  1. Write the autobiography of any famous person.  
  1. Describe the 5 senses. 
  1. Describe what habits in a person attract you towards them.
  1. Describe a motorway accident. 
  1. Describe your first experience of lighting up a floating lantern. 
  1. Describe one thing that is the biggest turn-off for you.
  1. Describe one thing that is most attractive to you. 
  1. Describe your favorite drink. 
  1. Describe the best person you have ever met. 
  1. Describe the weirdest person you’ve met. 
  1. Write a story about a person who has always been your best friend, and you’re growing apart.
  2. Write a story about when you first realized that you weren’t alone in this world and how it felt to find those who understood you.
  1. Write a story about the first time you realized someone else could see the world through your eyes and how it changed everything for you. 
  1. Write a story about how you’ve struggled with an illness or disability and how it affected your life, relationships, career decisions, or what it taught you about yourself as a person and as a human being.
  1. Write a story about the first time someone showed up at your doorstep holding flowers—or something else equally unexpected—and how it made you feel; whether it was happy, sad, confused—whatever emotion comes to mind!
  1. Write a story about when someone surprised you with something unique and tell them why they did that. 
  1. Write a scene in which a character is on a roof, and the world is exploding behind them.
  1. Write about the dinner you had at a rooftop restaurant. 
  1. Describe a situation where you were afraid to die but realized it was okay to let go of life.
  1. Write about your dreams and how you feel about them being unrealistic or unattainable.
  1. Write about an experience that made you angry and how you dealt with it at the moment and afterward.
  1. Write about something you regret doing in your life so far.
  1. Write about a time when you argued with someone else over something that wasn’t important. Also, how would things have gone differently if they hadn’t been discussed in the first place?
  1. Write a narrative about a character confronting someone for the first time.
  2. Consider a vampire that doesn’t require blood to survive, and then create a scenario or a tale around them.
  1. Compose a tale or scenario detailing where you traveled and how your trip turned out. Assume that a character used the “spin the globe and see where to go your next vacation” method.
  2. Describe the transition from childhood to adulthood. 
  1. Describe the best wedding event you have been to. 
  1. Compose a story about two dwarfs who are happily married. 
  1. Consider writing a story about a couple with down syndrome. 
  1. Write a hopeful story about a girl who got cured of cancer.
  1. Write a story with a happy ending. For example, two high school sweethearts are happily married. 
  1. Describe the element of pure joy after something you wished for so long finally happens. 
  1. Describe the moment you scored your dream job. 

You can also develop your piece of writing by forming the content around a question creatively.

These are a few questions to use as creative writing prompts:

Below are 365 creative writing prompts that you can use to ask yourself deeper and thoughtful questions. The questions below will get you think hard about your values and also tap into your imagination.

  1. Do you believe in mythical creatures?
  1. What would you name your imaginary friend?
  1. What’s the best place to take a selfie?
  1. What’s the best travel destination?
  1. What is the one thing you love about yourself?
  1. How did you feel when your parents told you that you could go outside and play?
  1. Who is your favorite author? Why do you like them so much?
  1. If you were a superhero, what would be your power? What would be your weakness?
  1. What would it be if you had to give up one thing in life? Why do you think it’s essential to give up something precious to us all?
  1. Do you have any memories from childhood that are especially memorable because they involved food or cooking? 
  1. Do you like gothic literature? Why/why not? Exemplify. 
  1. Tell us about the first time you wrote something down in a journal or on paper; what was it about, and how it made you feel (happy, sad, etc.)?
  1. What’s the funniest thing that has ever happened to you? And why did this happen?
  2. What’s the most strange thing that has ever happened to you? 
  1. What’d you do if your child came home with a detention slip? 
  1. Is your heart welcoming towards new people?
  1. Is your personality calm or aggressive?
  1. What bring you sheer joy?
  1. What is your favorite ice cream flavor? 
  1. Do you like beer? Why/Why not?
  1. Who/what is your driving force?
  1. Have you ever hurt someone? Did you try to make up for it later on?
  1. Were you a calm child? 
  1. How do you maintain boundaries in your friendships?
  1. What’s your order at Starbucks? 
  1. Do you believe in unity, faith, and discipline?
  1. How to react when someone is mean to you?
  1. Did someone ever try to hurt you just because they were jealous of you?
  1. Did you ever fail a test? Describe in detail.
  1. What’s the highest you’ve got on your exam?
  1. What was the most challenging IGCSE exam for you?
  1. Do you think our educational system is fair?
  1. Do you think our legal system needs an amendment?
  1. What’s your favorite color?
  1. What’s the scariest thing you’ve ever done?
  1. What is your favorite sport?
  1. What is your motivation for you?
  1. What is success for you? 
  1. What thing would you change if everything was in your control?
  1. Which subject did you hate the most as a student and why?
  1. What’s the most adventurous thing you’ve done. 
  1. What kind of company do you like being in. 
  1. What is negative energy for you? 
  1. What will you do if a person you are close to starts getting toxic to you?
  1. Do you like potato fries? Why/why not?
  1. What is good energy for you? 
  1. How do you distinguish good and evil? 
  1. What are your moral values? 
  1. Do you live by a set of rules you’ve made for yourself?
  1. Who’s your biggest competition?
  1. Have you ever been in a fight?
  1. If you could have one superpower, what would it be?
  1. If you could re-live one day of your life, which would it be and why?
  1. If you could be invisible for a day, what’d you do?
  1. Which character do you most relate to in literature? Why?
  1. Which character do you most relate to in film or television? Why?
  1. Is there a movie or TV show you think has been overhyped by the media or other people in your life (and if so, how)? Why do you feel this show/movie didn’t live up to its hype? How might a different marketing strategy have helped sales/ratings for this show/movie?
  1. Are you satisfied with where you are in your life?
  1. What have you planned for your future?
  1. Do you want to have kids someday? Why/why not?
  1. Is giving birth a miracle for you?
  1. Have you ever witnessed a miracle? 
  1. Are you ambitious about your goals? 
  1. Is your heart okay?
  1. Do you listen to your heart or mind when making important decisions?
  1. Do you have a stroke of good luck in academics, or are you a hard worker? 
  1. Do you enjoy your job?
  1. What was the best part of your university life?
  1. Did someone ever accuse you of something you didn’t do?
  1. What would you do to create a life that you love?
  1. What is your favorite way of dressing up? 
  1. Do you like partying? Why/why not?
  1. What’s the most unexpected turn that your life took? 
  1. Communism or capitalism, what do you prefer? 
  1. Write about a creature you witnessed for the first time in your life. 
  1. Do you think aliens exist?
  1. Has someone ever tried to gaslight you into believing something you didn’t do?
  1. Did someone try to manipulate you?
  1. Have to ever played a blame game?
  1. What’s your favorite board game?
  1. What’s your favorite indoor activity
  1. Do you agree with the Marxist perspective or the Functionalist perspective?
  1. What’s your current ideology?
  1. What form of government do you think is the best?
  1. What was the reason for the French Revolution?
  1. Do you think the Greek Gods were real?
  1. Do you believe in the philosophy Thales proposed? 
  1. How do you think the world was created?
  1. Do you believe in astrology?
  1. What is your star sign? What are the personality traits of your star sign? To what extent are they true?
  1. Do you believe in moral philosophy?
  1. What is the logic for you? (In terms of philosophy)
  1. Can you elaborate on the psychology in everyday life?
  1. What was the time you had to exercise extreme patience when all you wanted to do was punch someone in the face? 
  1. Have you ever had a lucid dream? 
  1. What is the most favorable form of literature for you? 
  1. What if your best friend betrays you?
  1. Is there a life after death? 
  1. If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be? 

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Parven founded Kids N Clicks after obtaining her MSc in Corporate Governance from the London School of Economics. She worked as a business studies and digital marketing lecturer. Internet Matters recognizes her profound knowledge of online safety, dubbing her an Internet safety expert. At Kids N Clicks, Parven keeps abreast of the newest apps. Drawing from her teaching background, she fervently promotes screen-free activities for students and encourages introspective thinking through journaling, games and writing prompts.

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