Free Time? Board? 6 Writing Ideas You Should Consider

There are many things you can do if you are bored or just want to do something. These are a few you might want to consider.

Rishi Shah, Staff Writer



Write Your Own Newspaper/ Make Articles

 Write a couple of articles about any points you are interested in. If you want to go beyond, you can write an entire long newspaper filled with festivities, comic strips, weather, reviews, and local current events that are happening in your community or nation. Then you can share your works with the world! You can even send your work to Echo Lites to be considered to be published in our monthly publications. 

Make A How-To

 Is there anything you understand deeply or are an expert on? If so, you can share it by simply writing a “how-to” teaching us how to do something! A few examples include playing games, organizing, taking care of plants, drawing, cooking, acting, and much more!

Make A Observation 

A thing you might want to do is to make observations of things you have noticed recently about someone or something nearby yourself, such as people’s personalities changing,  your room changing, recent trends that have a potential impact on all, etc.

Make A To Do List

This is very helpful because once you know what you have to get done and when it will be easier to finish it, that will help alleviate the stress when you have it. Make a list of the things you need to get done. You can write this in an agenda pad, notebook, a Google document, or on paper.   

Write A Diary Entry

You can do this anywhere like in a notebook, or a Google doc. Your diary entry is personal so it can be about anything, like how you feel, what you accomplished, how your life is doing, and things you keep in your mind. This can help you express yourself better.

Write A Journal 

Writing a journal is a great way to reflect on your true self and even help achieve your goals.   On top of that, it can really help you gain self-confidence and help your writing skills.  Journals can be a great way to help reduce any stress, anxiety, and anger you may have.  You can start doing this today on a notebook or even a digital doc.