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JANUARY/FEBRUARY NEWSLETTER                     
         
 

Greetings! 

 

Another year has come and gone and I hope that everyone had fun ringing in 2015! We are very excited for the New Year and hope you are too!

 

One of the reasons we are excited, is this year Toronto and the surrounding cities will play host to the 2015 Pan Am/Para Pan Am Games.   Our Together Wee Can 2015 will bring everyone together as they learn about the Pan Am games as Wee Watch celebrates "TOGETHER WEE CAN PAN-AMANIA".   The children and Providers will be learning about these games and doing activities related to the Pan Am Games throughout the year.

 

The New Year typically brings about a change we want to make in our lives. If you have made a New Year's resolution, try these tips to help you stay on track.

 

1. Get Specific

A common mistake people make is setting vague goals like, "I'll be healthier." Instead, make your resolution specific, with a tangible, achievable outcome. Rather than saying, "I want to save money," determine how much, exactly, you want to save. What are you saving it for and what will you do once you hit your goal?

Then, visualize what good will come when your goals and desires are met. What does it feel like? What does it look like? It also helps to have something simple, tangible, and positive to repeat to yourself over and over again. "I will be able to run a 5K because I'm healthy and strong," is not only positive reinforcement, but it's a quantifiable goal that you can check in on and make your reality.

 

2. Write it Down

Write down your goals and outline the small, manageable steps you'll need to take in order to achieve them.If you set a big goal-say, learning a language-without a step-by-step plan, it can be overwhelming and trigger frustration or negative thoughts that get in the way of your success. But by planning and accomplishing one small thing at a time, you'll stay on track, focused, and positive.

 

3. Make Time

Be sure to set aside ample time for yourself to achieve your goals. If you really want to write that book chapter, you might set aside three regular four-hour blocks during the week, and plan one day every month to track your progress. If you want to exercise more, plot out time in your weekly schedule for runs and time at the gym.

 

I wish you all a happy and healthy New Year!

 

Sincerely,

 

 

 

Leslie Wilson

 

                                    

 

                                     
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