Day 4: Core Values
Brainstorming the family's core values and working on them consistency is an important part of cultivating a Family Mindset. In the first 3 days, we worked on Intention, Gratitude, and Kindness. Today, use these grounding techniques to center your family into its truest values and then work on recording them into Family rules or expectations to refer back to along your family's path. List them with positive language as in 'We can' or 'We will' statements rather than the things you will not do. Example: We will listen to each other or We can pause before responding.
As I write this blog series we are currently on Stay at Home order for the Covid-19 pandemic. There are a lot of new ideas and cultural shifts that have been brought into our home. We are dealing with fewer distractions therefore we can work on and implement what is truly important to our family. In the comments, please write what your family hopes to implement into your future goals from this 5 Day Challenge or from your time at home during the pandemic.
Affirmation: I am Strong and Rooted
Snack: Root Veggie Chips
(eating root veggies can help you feel more grounded)
Set up a taste test using this article. See if you develop something new that you like to eat!!
Guided Activity: Tree Pose video
Invitation to Play: Barefoot walk
Feeling the earth under your feet is so crucial to brain development and emotional regulation! Take some time this week to be barefoot outside. We went around our backyard looking for different textures to put our feet on. Then, we described the feeling on our skin. See how many different textures you can find in your yard!
Enjoy the shift in the brain this week!
Find the 5 Day Break THRU Boredom challenge in my facebook community too! That's where you can participate for prizes and get more free trainings.
If you like this blog, you may also like this Free Guide: 5 Ways to Reduce Childhood Stress and Anxiety.