Welcome to week two of our Memoir Soiree! If you follow us on social media, you’ve been seeing our prompts all week. Here’s a roundup of the second week’s prompts.

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Week 2 Prompts

  1. What did you do with your first paycheck?
  2. How did you imagine working would be? How were you wrong?
  3. What have you done that you never thought you would do?
  4. What is great about your life right now?
  5. How has technology shaped your life?
  6. When was the last time you learned to do something new?
  7. What other careers would you have enjoyed?
  8. What does your pet peeve reveal about you?


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