Updated: 5 days ago
Looking for ideas of how to give your kids something to look forward to, something that isn't television or electronics. Keep reading and discover how a Bookroo Subscription box just might be the answer you are looking for.
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It's Monday. Yay! The song Manic Monday keeps running through my head. Any of you feel like you want to climb back in bed and keep dreaming? I have had those moments, especially when I was working an 8-5 job, but I look forward to Mondays now. Maybe it is because I get to stay home to work and I love what I do. I get to spend the day with my family and work on my website talking about books and eCourses. What isn't to love about that?
Just remember that it is the beginning of a new week and anything is possible. What are your plans for the week? What are you going to learn or create? Give yourself something to look forward to. (Comment below and let me know)
This week, my husband and I plan on tackling the other half of our basement. Last Thursday we finally finished the kids playroom/library. It was the greatest feeling ever when I finished sweeping up and was able to see everything in its place. Now we get to do the same thing on the other side of the basement. Wish us luck. If we are lucky it will only take one week, but if it is anything like the other rooms it will take us two weeks.
Motivation Monday Pick
I would like to talk about our kids for this week's Motivation Monday Pick. It is an unprecedented time for our kid's right now. So much of what they have to look forward to is being denied them. No park, no library, no playdates, and so on. All because of a microscopic infectious agent. Each day is blurring into the next and there is not much to tell the difference between them.
Pretty depressing, right? What does this have to do with motivation? Well, I want to give you an idea of how to give your kids something to look forward to, something that isn't television or electronics. It's Bookroo!
Bookroo is an award-winning book subscription for children ages 0-10. With the subscription, children get monthly books delivered straight to their doors. There are three different subscriptions to choose from: the Board Book Club for kids ages 0-3; the Picture Book Club for kids ages 3-6; and the Chapter Book Club for kids ages 7-10. That way you can get curated books that match your child's needs and level of reading. If you have children across the three clubs, Bookroo has options available for you, so that each kid gets a chance for their own new treasured book. Each subscription box comes with two to three books and the books are individually wrapped. What better way for kids to not only have something to look forward to each month but to have their own personal gifts to open.
Bookroo will not only help kids develop a love for reading (if they don't already have one), but it will give them something exciting to look forward to each month. If that is not motivational, I don't know what is.
So what are you waiting for? Check it out for yourself and see what you think!
I am waiting for our first Bookroo subscription box as we speak, so stay tuned for the unavailing surprise for my son and my personal review.