Submitted by evesham on

Sometimes thoughts and feelings are hard to verbalize or aren't easily shared out loud. Creativity has many benefits, and expressing feelings honestly, allows you to become self-aware and to better deal with them rather than deny them. Take a moment to work on a few of these prompts. Therapeutic activities can be shown through several different mediums, whether it’s with a pen, paintbrush or choreographing a dance, see how you feel after.

  • Share your quarantine experience through poetry, journaling or art.
  • How do you hope the world will change?
  • How will you look back on this in 10, 20, 30 years?
  • What’s the happiest thing you’ve experienced in the past three weeks?
  • Show the perspective of nature or inanimate objects during quarantine.
  • Besides school, what cancellation or closure has been the hardest for you so far?
  • If you could be quarantined anywhere, where would you be?
  • What makes you feel worried?
  • What makes you feel hopeful?
  • List new hobbies you may want to try.
  • Design a dream cake to bake.
  • What are you thankful for right now?