Are you getting ready to celebrate Easter? Do you plan on posting Easter-related content to your social media platforms? Using hashtags has the potential to attract more people to your posts. If you are searching for inspiration, check out the following hashtags for Easter.
Who is ready for Spring? Today is the official first day of Spring. Soon the weather will turn warmer, flowers will begin to bloom, and the chances to be outdoors multiply. Now is the perfect time to gather your family or friends together to create a bucket list to celebrate the spring season. If you are searching for inspiration, check out the following ideas for your Spring bucket list.
- Go for a hike.
- Plant a flower or vegetable garden.
- Photograph new blooming flowers.
- Go kayaking.
- Do Spring crafts.
- Host the first bonfire of the season.
- Go on a nature walk. (Don’t forget your camera)
- Go for a bike ride.
- Fly a kite.
- Visit a botanical garden.
- Have a picnic at the park.
- Create sidewalk chalk art.
- Celebrate Earth Day.
- Attend a Spring festival.
- Create a Spring YouTube video.
- Do a deep spring clean of your home.
- Rearrange your furniture.
- Host a BBQ
- Go on an Easter Egg Hunt
- Have your photo taken with the Easter Bunny.
- Go bird watching.
- Hang bird feeders.
- Plant herbs.
- Make a fairy garden.
- Be a local tourist.
- Host an afternoon tea party.
- Visit a farm.
- Blow bubbles.
- Catch frogs.
- Take an outdoor photo of your family or friends.
- Feed peas to the wild ducks.
- Play frisbee.
- Go to a Spring sporting event.
- Go stargazing.
- Paint rocks to hide around your community.
- Paint silly faces on flowerpots. Plant with new flowers.
- Go on day trips.
- Go fishing.
- Go on a canoe trip.
- Go Spring camping for a weekend.
- Play outdoor games.
- Go to a spring concert.
- Participate in your community’s spring cleanup program.
- Host a garage sale.
- Pick wildflowers.
- Attend a local farmers’ market.
- Go barefoot on a warm day.
- Create a scavenger hunt for your kids.
- Host a family game night.
- Go on an art tour.
- Go Geocaching.
- Search for rainbows after a rain.
- Go bowling.
- Visit a local museum or art gallery.
- Go to a Spring carnival.
- Go go-carting.
- Go to the library for new Spring books.
- Hang up windchimes.
- Clean and decorate your yard.
- Keep a Spring journal.
Have a great Spring season!
Tomorrow, March 20, 2023, marks the first official day of spring? Are you ready for warmer weather, longer days, and nature’s awakening? Spring’s a magical wonder and an inspiration to daily life. If you are searching for ways to enhance your social media platforms, check out the following quotes to celebrate spring.
- “Spring is far more than just a changing of seasons; it’s a rebirth of the spirit.” – Toni Sorenson
- “You’re only here for a short visit. Don’t hurry. Don’t worry. And be sure to smell the flowers along the way.” – Walter C. Hagen
- “Oh, Spring! I want to go out and feel you and get inspiration. My old things seem dead. I want fresh contacts, more vital searching.” — Emily Carr
- “Spring is the time of plans and projects.” — Leo Tolstoy
- “If people did not love one another, I really don’t see what use there would be in having any spring.” — Victor Hugo
- “Spring work is going on joyful enthusiasm.” – John Muir
- “When one flower blooms, spring awakens everywhere.” – John O’Donohue
- “Though I do not believe that a plant will spring up where no seed has been, I have great faith in a seed… Convince me that you have a seed there, and I am prepared to expect wonders.” — Henry David Thoreau
- “Blossom by blossom the spring begins.” — Algernon Charles Swinburne
- “In the spring, at the end of the day, you should smell like dirt.” – Margaret Atwood
- “Despite the forecast, live like it’s spring.” – Lilly Pulitzer
- “Happiness? The color of it must be spring green.” – Frances Mayes
- “You can cut all the flowers but you cannot keep Spring from coming.” — Pablo Neruda
- “Spring adds new life and new beauty to all that is.” — Jessica Harrelson
- “Spring and fall, those are very inspiring times of the year for me.” — Henry Rollins
- “Flowers always make people better, happier, more hopeful.” – Luther Burbank
- “It is spring again. The earth is like a child that knows poems by heart.” — Rainer Maria Rilke
- “Spring is when you feel like whistling, even with a shoe full of slush.” — Doug Larson
- “Spring won’t let me stay in this house any longer! I must get out and breathe the air deeply again.” – Gustav Mahler
- “Nature gives to every time and season some beauties of its own.” – Charles Dickens
- “The flowers of late winter and early spring occupy places in our hearts well out of proportion to their size.” – Gertrude S. Wister
- “If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant: if we did not sometimes taste of adversity, prosperity would not be so welcome.” — Anne Bradstreet
- “In the Spring, I have counted 136 different kinds of weather inside of 24 hours.” – Mark Twain
- “I enjoy the spring more than the autumn now. One does, I think, as one gets older.” — Virginia Woolf
- “The first blooms of spring always make my heart sing.” – S. Brown
- “The beautiful spring came, and when nature resumes her loveliness, the human soul is apt to revive also.” — Harriet Ann Jacobs
- “Nothing ever seems impossible in spring, you know.” – L.M. Montgomery
- “I suppose the best kind of spring morning is the best weather that God has to offer.” – Dodie Smith
- “Where flowers bloom so does hope.” — Lady Bird Johnson
- “Spring shows what God can do with a drab and dirty world.” — Virgil A. Kraft
- “That is one good thing about this world…there are always sure to be more springs.” — L.M. Montgomery
- “Science has never drummed up quite as effective a tranquilizing agent as a sunny spring day.” – W. Earl Hall
- “I glanced out the window at the signs of spring. The sky was almost blue, the trees were almost budding, the sun was almost bright.” — Millard Kaufman
- “Spring unlocks the flowers to paint the laughing soil.” — Bishop Reginald Heber
- “Always it’s spring and everyone’s in love and flowers pick themselves.” — E. E. Cummings
- “A flower blossoms for its own joy.” – Oscar Wilde
- “Spring: a lovely reminder of how beautiful change can truly be.” – Unknown
- “Behold, my friends, the spring is come; the earth has gladly received the embraces of the sun, and we shall soon see the results of their love.” – Sitting Bull
- “The day the Lord created hope was probably the same day he created spring.” – Bernard Williams
- “Some old-fashioned things like fresh air and sunshine are hard to beat.” – Laura Ingalls Wilder
- “No matter how chaotic it is, wildflowers will still spring up in the middle of nowhere.” — Sheryl Crow
- “It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold when it is summer in the light and winter in the shade.” — Charles Dickens
- “Deep in their roots, all flowers keep their light.” — Theodore Roethke
- “If we had no winter the spring would not be so pleasant.” – Anne Bradstreet
- “Springtime is the land awakening. The March winds are the morning yawn.” — Lewis Grizzard
The first official day of spring, March 20 is only a couple of days away. Who is ready? In many places, the weather still resembles winter. Spring brings warmer days, outdoor adventures, flowers, and a great time to post on social media. If you are looking to enhance your posts to reach a wider audience, check out the following hashtags to celebrate spring.
Are you ready for a new month of pictures? March ushers in Day Light Savings Time, St. Patrick’s Day, and the start of Spring. Grab your camera and go! If you are searching for inspiration, check out the following photo prompts for March.
- Soft Focus
- Rule of Thirds
- Favorite Spot
- Out a Window
- Old School
- Black and White
- Time (Day Light Saving Time)
- St. Patrick’s Day! Celebrate!
- Photographer’s Choice
Have a great month!
Welcome, May! Are you ready to get outdoors, enjoy the warmer weather, and take pictures? If you need inspiration, check out the following photo prompts for May.
- Black and white
- Mother’s Day (USA) Photo of a mom
- Out your window
- Sunrise or Sunset
- 3 Different
- 3 Alike
- Memorial Day (USA)
- Photographer’s Choice
Have a great month!
Friday, April 22, 2022, is Earth Day! The yearly holiday focuses on the need to do more for the planet. Earth Day is a perfect time to get outdoors. Grab your favorite camera and document the beautiful world around you.
If you are looking for inspiration, check out the following list of photo prompts for Earth Day.
- Outdoor Selfie
- Woods and Trees
- Squirrels or Bunnies
- Hills or Mountain
- Blades of Grass
- Sunrise or Sunset
- Frogs or Turtles
- Don’t Pollute
- Out Your Window
- Photographer’s Choice
Today, April 15th is Good Friday. Are you searching for quotes to add to your Good Friday posts on social media? Check out the following list for inspiration.
- “It is the resurrection that makes Good Friday good.” – Ravi Zacharias
- “We may say that on the first Good Friday afternoon was completed that great act by which light conquered darkness and goodness conquered sin. That is the wonder of our Savior’s crucifixion.” – Phillips Brooks
- What is good about Good Friday? Why isn’t it called Bad Friday? Because out of the appallingly bad came what was inexpressibly good. And the good trumps the bad, because though the bad was temporary, the good is eternal.” – Randy Alcorn
- “The highest act of love is the giving of the best gift, and, if necessary, at the greatest cost, to the least deserving. That’s what God did. At the loss of His Son’s life to the totally undeserving, God gave the best gift – the display of the glory of Christ who is the image of God.” – John Piper
- “No pain, no palm; no thorns, no throne; no gall, no glory; no cross, no crown.” – William Penn
- “On the eve of the cross, Jesus made his decision. He would rather go to hell for you than go to heaven without you.” – Max Lucado
- “Unless there is a Good Friday in your life, there can be no Easter Sunday.” Fulton J. Sheen
- “When Good Friday comes, these are the moments in life when we feel there’s no hope. But then, Easter comes.” – Coretta Scott King
- “Good Friday, the day when Christians remember the crucifixion of Jesus. The crucifixion and resurrection are the central events in the Christian faith. That is why Good Friday and Easter Sunday are such important days in the Christian year. The cross is the central theme of worship.” – Gordon Geddes
- “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but in order that the world might be saved through him.” – John 3:16
- I believe in person to person. Every person is Christ to me, and since there is only one Jesus, that person is the one person in the world at that moment.” – Mother Teresa
- “Our Lord has written the promise of the resurrection, not in books alone, but in every leaf in springtime.” – Martin Luther
- “Practice mercy and forgiveness throughout as a lesson that symbolizes the love shown through his crucifixion.”- Unarine Ramaru
- “The cross was two pieces of dead wood; and a helpless, unresisting Man was nailed to it; yet it was mightier than the world, and triumphed, and will ever triumph over it.” – Augustus William Hare
- “Easter is a time when God turned the inevitability of death into the invincibility of life.” – Craig D. Lounsbrough
- “We focus on Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday, but we forget to pause in the stillness of the days between. Find time today to be present in that place of waiting. There is treasure to be found in the sacred peace that comes as you breathe in that place of quiet surrender. Don’t rush through the space called ‘Between.’” – Katherine J Walden
Have a Blessed Good Friday!
Are you searching for a last-minute Easter gift? Have you ever heard of The Jellybean Prayer? A simple prayer telling the story of Easter.
Sharing The Jellybean Prayer at Easter is easy.
How to Make the Jellybean Prayer Jar: Five Easy Steps
Step 1: Purchase bags of jellybeans from your local supermarket. Jellybeans are an inexpensive Easter candy. If you cannot find any in the Easter aisle, check the candy section. In some supermarkets, jellybeans are available in bulk.
Step 2: Fill jars with jellybeans. Recycled jars work wonderfully for this project.
Step 3: Screw the lid on tightly.
Step 4: Paint the lid or cut a piece of cloth to cover the lid. Then, secure the cloth with a piece of ribbon.
Step 5: Paste The Jellybean Prayer printout to the jar or attach the print with another piece of ribbon.
Now, you are ready to pass out your last-minute Easter gifts. Happy Easter!
Easter is a good time to make extra entries in your journal. Writing in a daily journal about Easter is a great way to reflect, express emotions, and enjoy the holiday. If you are looking for inspiration, check out the following journal writing prompts for Easter.
- What does Easter mean to you? Go into detail.
- How do you spend the Easter weekend?
- Do you participate in Good Friday events? Why?
- Do you celebrate Easter with your family? Why or why not?
- Do you attend Easter services? Describe the service. What did you like or dislike about the service?
- Do you have a favorite song to sing at Easter time? Why is this song important to you?
- Do you actively participate in Easter services at your church? What do you do?
- Did you give up anything for Lent? Why was it important for you to participate in the Lenten season?
- What is your first memory of Easter at church?
- What was your favorite Easter tradition as a child?
- Do you still carry on your childhood Easter tradition today? Why or why not?
- Did you or are you going to color Easter eggs this year? Describe the process. Who helped you? What colors did you use?
- Did you hide Easter eggs this year? Describe the event.
- What would you like to find inside an Easter egg? Why?
- Do you have a favorite Easter egg? Describe the color, the pattern, and other important attributes.
- What was one of favorite things in your Easter basket as a child? Why?
- Describe your favorite Easter.
- Are you cooking a traditional Easter meal? What will you serve?
- Describe an Easter meal from your childhood? Are you serving the same type of meal? Why or why not?
- What has the significance of Easter changed for you over the years?