Sunday, December 31, 2017

TEAM Work ~ What does this mean?

Getting ready to begin a New Year! This post was inspired by my daughter, Bella. She worked hard to become a member of a team where it wasn't always easy to "fit in." All last year she and her other freshman team mates were referred to as "the new girls" and worked hard to gain acceptance. It taught my daughter and I a lot about competitiveness and the true meaning of becoming team players. Here are a few thoughts to take us into 2018. How will you be a team player and inspire others toward making positive changes? #WorldofWriterMomRecommends #WriterMomAdvocate #TEAMWork #HappyNewYear #PositiveChanges #WorldofWriterMom



TEAM Work


T - Treat each person with respect

E - Encourage each person to meet their goals

A - Advocate for each person's opportunities

M - Motivation is achieved through inspiration






Work toward recognizing each person's skills, talents, goals, and contributions.

Observe and accept that somebody may have a different way of accomplishing a task or project. 

Respond and provide insights where required; try waiting until you are asked for assistance. Assume the individual is capable of handling a task.

Keep negative comments and actions out of the process.  Lead by example.



 
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A New Year ~ A New Look at Opportunities! 

* Career Changes for New Chances?

* Where do you want to live?


* Who do you want in your life?


* Where will these changes take you?


* How do you envision your life for 2018?



My Goal: To help as many people as possible
 acquire the career moves they wish to make in 2018! 


Let me start with you!

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https://www.facebook.com/writermomcareeradvocate/ 






Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Flip A Coin - Flip A Memory Switch


A Christmas Time Activity ~ 
Holiday Remembrance Time

 



Sometimes I like to activate those memory files that haven't been reviewed for quite some time.  There is a simple and quick activity that instantly transports me back to a specific time, place, or event.

I might even recall people who have had an impact on my life, inspired me, or provided me with insights that ultimately helped me make decisions. 

Some of the memories might be painful or leave me feeling a bit introspective, but overall the experience associated with this activity is one that brings a smile to my face and a warm feeling to my heart.  

Today I will share this secret with you, so you too can add it to your arsenal of memory preservation skills.



Pocket Change






1.  Pick at least one time each week when you can dig out whatever coins you find in your purse, backpack, couch cushions, or car cup holder.  Look at the dates.

 2. Whenever you receive change back at the store, take a moment to look at it or at least hold on to it until you get back to the car.  Check out the dates.

3. If you go to the laundry mat with rolls of quarters, look at the dates before you place them into the machine.
  
4.  Same idea as #3 when you put coins into a snack or drink machine.

5. Check out coins before you hand them over to your children for school snacks or projects.
  
6. If you see a coin (even if it is a penny) lying on the ground, pick it up.  Look at the date.

7. Start a coin bank at home to collect all your loose change that you receive back at the store or find.  You'll be surprised how this adds up.  When you get ready to go to "Coin Star" to cash in your coins, take a moment to look through a few of the dates on the coins and take a memory trip.






Here's a perfect way to visually document your precious memories!
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Now...What to do with all those coins?


1. Look at the dates.


2. Think about details from the year on each coin.


3. What were you doing that year?


 4. Where were you?



5. How old were you?


6. What music did you listen to?


7. Who did you hang out with or meet?


8. Did any life changing event happen? Marriage? Birth of a Child?


9. What was happening in the lives of people you care about?


10.Favorite moments?



I have found that after doing this memory activity a few times just for fun, it has now become a habit that I look forward to when I find a coin, go to the laundry mat, or sift through the change jar for quarters to give to my children.


Sometimes I will make comments to my husband or children about the year on a coin.  This gives us the opportunity to share a story or special moment.  It is also a great way to exercise our memories and enhance our ability to more quickly recall important information.




 

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I have over 20 years of experience in Early Childhood Development Birth-Age 5 including work in classrooms and as an Infant/Toddler Program Manager.  I have several writing projects in progress including a resource book for parents of infants and infant room teachers in a full day child development (school) program.  The book will provide families with information about what to expect and how to monitor their child's progress in an Infant room.  My second book project involves how to cope with family challenges, lessons in forgiveness, dealing with a spouse's addiction, and reinventing yourself along the way.  I am excited about all of these projects and am currently accepting comments regarding experiences my readers have had placing their child into a full day child care program.  I would also like to hear from Infant room teachers.