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Most kids love scavenger hunts. It keeps them busy, can get them outside and moving around, they can work in teams, and they engage with the world around them. Use this Gratitude Scavenger Hunt as a jumping off point - make it easier for younger kids, make it harder for older kids. You can have them take pictures, draw pictures, collect items, or just write down their “finds.” The gratitude spin on this activity helps all of us tune into the good stuff around us. ... See MoreSee Less
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Sometimes “self-care” refers to adjusting your mindset and adopting new mantras:🤷🏼‍♀️ Well, that was a mistake…next time, I can _______🚫 Although I would love to say yes, I don’t want to be accountable for that right now🙉 I have to tune others out and listen to myself💪 I’m getting stronger and improving over time, I can focus on my own progress and look at how I’ve changed for the better🧘‍♀️Taking time to rest, enjoy the day, and do things that make me feel good is just as important as any other task ... See MoreSee Less
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If you anticipate a stressful day, you can adjust your settings accordingly. I like to figure out how I can take shortcuts and lower expectations for myself - ordering take out or letting everyone be “on their own” for dinner (leftovers, cereals, a sandwich they can make) and deciding to eliminate a non-essential task and making it seem like a reward/special thing (“I’ll let you decide - are you showering tonight or do you want to skip it?”) are my specialties. ... See MoreSee Less
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Working to find good moments can turn “bad days” into so-so days. The better you get at finding good moments, the better your days will be. ... See MoreSee Less
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