Gratitude Challenge: Day 3 – Year End Review

Welcome to Day 3 of the Gratitude Challenge! Today we focus a reflection of the past year. As the Thanksgiving celebration draws near, it becomes easier to hear our heart nudge us to review our accomplishments, experiences, relationships, ideas and realities we have encountered. Looking back, what are you grateful for from 2017? Day 3 of the Gratitude…

Gratitude Challenge: Day 2 – Gracias, Merci, Danke

Welcome to Day 2 of the Gratitude Challenge! Today we focus on verbally expressed gratitude. Saying “thank you” out loud is not just good manners for children to learn, but a part of verbally sharing our thankfulness toward another. Imagine a world where you work hard, clean up after others, are civil, hold doors open…

Gratitude Challenge: Day 1 – Snowball Effect

“Acknowledging the good that you already have in your life is the foundation for all abundance.” -Eckhart Tolle What you need. 1. A clean piece of paper 2. A writing utencil 3. 5 minutes of uninterupted time Spend 5 minutes writing all that you are grateful for. Let thankfulness expand like a snowball headed downhill…

Thanksgiving Gratitude Challenge

Thanksgiving is coming. And while our family has been eating a plant-based diet for the better part of two months I cannot wait to tear into chunk of gravy drenched white turkey meat! Before we even get to Turkey-Day let’s have an adventure. Ready? Let’s have a “Gratitude Challenge!” With just seven days until we…

Daniel Tiger’s Leadership School

How many seconds would it take you to remember this Mr. Rogers Neighborhood theme song if blind folded? For young and old alike Mr. Roger’s neighborhood theme song instantaneously causes your inner child to merrily sing along to . The catchy melody, the gently crescendo of xylophones, the “it’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood,” the rhythmic “ba-bum-bumm,…