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A website that pushes you to be creative?

Asked by JTube (36points) May 23rd, 2009

Quite some time ago while doing my rounds on the web I found a website that made you write something everyday (and possibly other things) to help keep the flow of creativity and originality running. Sadly, I forgot to bookmark it and now I can’t remember which site this was. Does this seem familiar to someone?

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Grisaille's avatar

No, sorry.

But Fluther has been incredibly helpful in getting my creative juices flowing, if that helps. Great dialogue, questions, etc. Bunch of smart punks on this website, there is :P

Tink's avatar

@Grisaille – I agree with you on that and the smart punks too ;)

jrpowell's avatar

Is this what you are thinking of?

YARNLADY's avatar

I think the challenges on are a lot of fun, and the advertisers donate food to the UN World Food program. I can learn and contribute to world food at no expense to myself.

JTube's avatar


Thanks, but no, that’s not the site I’m looking for. It really was a web-based originality-pusher :)


It’s not what I’m looking for, but certainly a great way to improve on my English vocabulary while doing good, and I often use it.

phoenyx's avatar

This site is run by some friends of mine. They have daily and weekly writing prompts and a forum for writers to discuss writing.

Hmm, it looks like there hasn’t been activity this month. Maybe they’re on hiatus.

susanc's avatar

Try The Artists Way Online.

lillycoyote's avatar

Boy, that could be just about anything since many people believe that writing every day is key. I googled “daily writing prompts” and “writing every day” and there are a lot of things out there. You must just have to google key things/words you remember about the site and hope for the best.

Cartman's avatar

And also Fluther

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