Welcome to my Medium profile! I’m a graduate student, writer & foodie. Eggs make me happy.
Publication: The Brain is a Noodle 🧠🍜
Can’t wait to see your poetry & shortform submissions!
I post daily poetry prompts and weekly shortform theme ideas to help you out of that writer’s block! Practice makes perfect, and The Brain is a Noodle is the perfect sandbox to build up those writing skills.
my life goal
is to own one of those
that sing when they start cooking
and sing when they finish cooking.
the start and end
of such a beautiful task,
of every task,
is such a positive, energetic, vibrant
way to live.
Tagging h.a wadi | K.S.| Baye Amina | Kele Mogotsi| Lisa Bolin | Veronica Georgieva| Anthi Psomiadou | Chris Mooney-Singh if you’re up to it and anyone else interested in today’s prompt: little moments in the day that make you dance (on the inside counts!)
It’s week 31 with TBIN and this week, I’ve been seeing a lot of great posts in response to shortform themes that are … quite long! This is telling me that the prompts are taking you far beyond the 150 words, though for some, the 150-word limit is helping with starting you off with something bite-sized.
So, I’m here to announce new changes to support all writers, whether you fall in the camp of More Thoughts to Share or Team Need Something Bite-Sized!
I will now accept prompt responses (whether weekly shortform prompts or daily poetry prompts) in any format…
making me stronger
for putting me
not all experiences
must come with deriving meaning
or reasoning why a bad thing
could have been a good thing
sometimes a bad thing
remains a bad thing
a random set of low chances
stacked up in a lottery.
means I have to believe
that these negative things continue
because the other finds “good” in it
thus pushing it forward
time and time again.
the things I fantasized about most
were often objects related to creativity
especially creativity related to food.
To me, creativity in food
comes with a beautifully in-built cycle
that does not generate items
I no longer have use for
rather, bringing me joy
in moments of tasting,
easily crunched, digested,
excreted and flushed away
making space for the new
Author’s note: This is sort of a comical belief I’m told but the problem of generating items from hobbies that I no longer wanted to keep…
Filling in the cracks on conflicting self improvement advice and translating how these can work for a more diverse audience ✨ Icon by: @jkbarts #WEOC writer.