Congratulations to Fit Mom’s Blog: the SocialMoms Blog of the Week! Looking to know more about fitness? Want to up your work-out intensity? Looking for motivation and inspiration? Check out Fit Mom's Blog. Rachel has been a marathon runner, bike racer, and is now an avid cross fitter. So, who better to motivate you! She launched Fit Mom’s Blog with the intention of sharing what she's learned being an athlete. I recently chatted with Rachel about running her site and her goals for the ... Continue Reading
Knowing your young scholar’s “time of learning” style will help you to motivate and promote academics.
Every child has a style of learning, but in this article we're going to talk about their use of time. Does he rush through his work at the last second, plan a project from start to finish before actually beginning it, or perhaps she plods meticulously through her homework at a steady pace? Here we'll discuss why it matters and how can you work within this time-style of learning to both motivate the child and her on task. The Rusher Is your student the kind who puts everything off until the ... Continue Reading
Competitions can be incredibly motivating and fun to participate in. Learn to set achievable goals and work toward them.
Ever wondered what it’d feel like to complete one of your local 5km race competitions? What about a sprint triathlon or a long distance swim event or even take a lesson in Stand Up Paddling? Fitness competitions can be incredibly motivating and fun to participate in. It’s also a fantastic way to set reasonable and achievable goals because, for example, in a 5km race, you can make big jumps in time by simply participating in them regularly. The beauty of competitions is that you ... Continue Reading