Creativity is a gift and tool that can replenish us and support us during the easiest and most challenging times of our lives. Instead of using unhealthy options to help us cope, turning to creativity is a healthy way to expand our perspective and motivate us REAL you vs. a NEW you to stay the course.
Are you seeing each day through a bold lens or lens of scarcity?
Make a list of all the worries you are anticipating for the upcoming week. Then categorize the list by colors.
Are you overwhelmed by your daily “to-do” list, feel stressed out about arranging your daily homework assignments, find it hard to study for exams, or feel challenged when it’s time to complete group projects?
Concentrate on what makes you – you, and what makes you tick. Growing up (even as an adult) can be confusing. You know yourself the best and by focusing on this, you can make decisions that keep you moving toward your personal success.
3 observations I made while working with a full room of teens and their parents were: (1) More families need to set aside time in their schedules for creative projects and playtime