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Cherish the Rosy Moments

gratitude learning love Dec 10, 2020
 

You know those moments where you feel like you are in a Capra fim, and everything feels right? I call them "rosy moments." Cherish them.

I have two boys, 12 and 14. When I think back on their babyhood and when they were young children, I remember a few rosy moments. (And I remember a few "not-so-rosy-moments.") The rest is a wash.

When you find yourself in a rosy moment, cherish it. Write about it. Save it.

I would like to give you more rosy moments with your little ones. Please come to a free class. I am offering a free Baby Music class tomorrow, sign up here:  https://www.singintoreading.com/baby-music. Parents of 2-8 year olds, please come to the Open House. Sign up here: https://www.singintoreading.com/membership-class.

Enjoy your holidays. 

Cherish the rosy moments.

Keep singing,

Risa

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Gratitude Journal

 

Gratitude is a two-way street. The more you give, the more you get. 

I am receiving gratitude from people who are thankful for the Thanks and Giving Celebration. Here’s the thing: I am so grateful to you for supporting this dream of mine to teach literacy through music and movement.

Choose gratitude. Every minute of every day you have a choice. You can choose to complain about what you do not have, or be thankful for what you do. Choose appreciation. Choose gratitude. You can find things to be thankful for, even when things are not going well. That's when it is especially important to practice gratitude.

Gratitude, like love, creates what I call "rosy moments." Cherish them. Savor them. Make them last. Writing down what you are grateful for will help you remember the rosy moments and make them last longer.

 There are many benefits of using a gratitude journal, including closer relationships, improved physical health, reduced aggression, better sleep,...

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