As the New Year begins I have seen on the Internet or heard mention of changes many of us would like to make in our own lives and those of our families. I’ve heard everything from exercising more, to spending more quality time with my kids, to watching less television or managing “screen time” more effectively.
For older kids, you can play the chopsticks game. This is advisable to children aged 6 and above. You can play it by team or individual depending on how many students you have. Each student or each team must have a pair of chopstick and a bowl. Prepare different items such as marshmallows, pebbles, candy, chocolate balls, etc. and scatter them on a long table. Each student must walk her/his way to the table and pick the items one at a time using the chopstick. They must then walk back and put it on the bowl and hand the chopstick over to the next student (if it’s a team, otherwise same student must go back to the table and pick the rest of the items) to pick the next item. Whoever team finishes first, wins the game.
Now, also like George, we think that life has stepped in the way and created barriers from our own dreams of “seeing the world”. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
The Iranian Navy said a US aircraft carrier entered a zone where Irans ships and aircraft were engaged in war games that ended midnight (local time) on Monday. The exercises were designed as a show of Iranian military might. Also, better-than-expected manufacturing data continued to pump up optimism over the global economy.
But I just can’t believe that 2010 will treat me the way you have. It couldn’t possibly hurt me as much, by taking so much from me, and giving only pain, the way you did. I didn’t deserve to be treated that way, and still can’t believe you put me through so much torture. You left me alone, depressed and with a broken heart for most of the time I spent with you.
All this provides you with life anew and you provide life anew for all the folks and creatures who live and work in you and along your way. This process repeats itself with every happy new year 2019 and sometimes with each novice season. The circle of life bears on and on. The circle of life is complete in you – the river.
Instead, change up your home workout routine every time you train. You can change the exercises, order of exercises, reps, how much weight you use, rest periods, etc…
For example, a common goal may be to make your manager look good. With that perspective in mind, it’s likely you can have a productive conversation. Then take some steps to make it easy. Write up your view of the job, your understanding of key objectives, and the impact of your contributions. Choose timing carefully. And be prepared to listen for learning opportunities.