Check out these pages for quotes that can prompt your writing:
Epic Reads‘ “Now Quoting” is a collection of quotes from YA literature.
Life Quotes for Teens is a page with great quotes. Need more inspiration? Be sure to check out the links at the bottom of the page.
How has volunteer work–or an act of kindness–touched your life?
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Image by Mrs. Kriese, used with permission
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Remember that you can find photos, backgrounds, and textures that are free and legal to use without attribution at MorgueFile and Pixabay. Then, you can add text and other elements with these tools:
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Have you decided on a direction for your future schooling? for your future career?
What cause do you care about a whole awful lot? What can you do to help that cause?
What libraries have you known and loved?
How can you make the world around you a better place? Has someone else’s service made a difference in your life?
What right things have you stood up for in the past? What right things need standing up for now?
In what way is hatred a burden to the person who carries it?
Where are you that you needed to be? How is it different from what you expected?
How does this idea challenge society’s definition of beauty?
What are you carrying that weighs you down? How can you let it go? Has this advice helped you in the past?
What are your goals and plans for 2015?
What are people not seeing in you? What might you not be seeing in others?
How does comparing ourselves with others rob us of joy? Give examples to support your ideas.
What are the qualities that make you YOU? Are you comfortable with who you are?
What does this quote mean for you and your life?
What risks have you taken? What risks might you take to become who you want to be?