Last week I posted a list of eight travel writing prompts to get you out of that awful writer’s block rut. Since they were pretty fun, I thought I’d add eight more writing prompts. Hopefully these will help you boost your creativity and get those ideas going for your next amazing blog post, whether it’s about a delightful experience you had, something you wish to be able to do, and someplace you’ve always wanted to visit.

1: Frequent Flyer

The worst flight I’ve ever been on was _____.

2: Time Travel!

If I could go back in time and visit any location, it would be _____.

3: Kokomo, of Course

If I were ‘stranded’ on any island in the world, it would be _____.

4: Bazillionaire

If money, time, and other commitments didn’t matter, I would travel to _____. Three activities I’d love to do there are _____.

5: Mansion, Apartment, Shack, House

When I was 13 years old, I wanted to live in _____. I wanted to be a _____ and all day, I would _____.

6: And on That Note…

One place I would move to without hesitation is _____.

7: Not Travel, but Interesting

One word or expression I absolutely cannot stand is _____.

8: Pace Yourself

Sometimes when I try to write, even when I have an amazing idea, I get totally sidetracked by _____.

What other travel writing prompts have worked for you? What other writing tools have helped to inspire you and urge you to become a better writer – whether for fun, or to even earn an income? Our friends in the Frayed Passport community are always on the lookout for fresh ideas, so make sure to join and connect with them, share one another’s insights, and support fellow travelers and writers on their journey to live the life of their dreams!

About the Author

Sarah Vandenberg

As the managing editor of Frayed Passport, my goal is to help you build your bucket list, plan your travels, and tell your story. I've been to 20 countries and five continents so far, lived for two years as a full-time digital nomad, and while I'm based in Miami now, I spend one-third of the year traveling to amazing destinations around the world. If you would like to contribute an article to Frayed Passport, feel free to get in touch with me at!