Talking About My Feelings



Hey there, lovely readers! 🌼

Shabana Mukhtar here, ready to chat about today’s daily prompt – How do I feel right now?

Ugh, seriously?

“How do I feel right now?”

I mean, come on, I’ve been tackling these daily prompts for just a little over a month, and let me tell you, they’re getting old fast. Repetitive and, dare I say it, sometimes even stupid. Like, who came up with this one? But okay, let’s roll with it. How do I feel right now? Agitated, my friends. That’s the word of the day.

I thought daily prompts would spice up my blogging routine, you know? Inject a bit of variety into my posts. I mean, it’s not like I’m lacking in the idea department. I’ve got notebooks upon notebooks bursting with enough topics to keep me typing till kingdom come. And let’s not even get started on my online idea log – that thing’s practically an idea goldmine.

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So, why the daily prompts, you ask? Well, that’s a good question. I guess I wanted to shake things up, challenge myself to explore different corners of my mind. But instead, what do I get? Prompts like “How do I feel right now?” Brilliant. Just brilliant.

I’m not saying I can’t write about my feelings. Heck, I could write about my feelings until I’m old and gray, thank you very much. But seriously, I signed up for this to avoid predictability, not dive headfirst into it.

And that’s where we are right now, folks. Disappointed. That’s the theme of the day. Disappointed that the prompts aren’t living up to my expectations. Disappointed that I thought this would be a creative jumpstart, only to end up feeling like I’m recycling the same thoughts over and over again.

So, yeah, there you have it. “How do I feel right now?” Disappointed. Can I get a more exciting prompt tomorrow, please? Pretty please?


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