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We are often so busy we forget to celebrate special times. March 20th whether you are on a vacation or at home, find the time to appreciate the spring equinox. We have three great ideas for you.
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Celebrating the Spring Equinox
Acknowledging the changing of the seasons is important. It reminds and teaches us that transitions are beautiful, sometimes hard (in the case of the winter solstice). Change is always happening whether we want it to or not. We can choose to be grateful for change, whether it is the changing of the seasons, our child taking their first steps, or our child taking their first steps away from us as they enter their dorm for the first time.
On March 20th or 21st plan ahead and celebrate the Spring Equinox. Here are some ideas for a spring equinox party. This year it begins on Sunday, March 20th.
We are often so busy we forget to celebrate special times. This March 20th whether you are on a vacation or at home, find the time to appreciate the spring equinox. I am going to try and do all three things on the list. How about you? Please share if you have even more ideas. You can find out more about Getting Outside and Exploring at our amazing Tiny Treks Programs www.tinytreks.com. Registration is open now for summer and fall.
Pam Worth MA, BCC is the founder of Tiny Treks (www.tinytreks.com), an innovative parent participation outdoor exploration program which has served thousands of families since 1997. Pam is also a
parent educator specializing in workshops on Healthy Lifestyles
for Families. Her uniquely effective parenting and teaching strategies were
developed through her 30 years of experience in early childhood, elementary and parent education along with teacher mentorship, and family coaching. Currently, Pam is a guest lecturer at parenting workshops throughout the country and is
recognized for pioneering outdoor education programing for early childhood. She also specializes in guiding families to reducing media interference, identifying creative boundaries and alternatives to media usage. Pam focuses on Mindful Parenting through creative ideas and tools.
her at: email@example.com
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