RAR #120: Focus on What Matters Most (psst, that’s your relationships with your kids)

01.15.2019 - By Read-Aloud Revival

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I'm willing to bet you're like me, and relationships with your kids matter more to you than just about anything else.

But we're all pulled in a million directions. We're all short on time.

You know what, though?

I think it's easier than we think to focus on what matters most.

Today I am sharing 3 simple ways to strengthen your relationships with your kids this year. Not one of these is complicated, cumbersome, or expensive.

Because nurturing our relationships with our kids is within reach this year, no matter what circumstances we find ourselves in.
Listen in to hear...

3 simple ways to focus on what matters most this year
how to get out of your own way
some wonderful resources that will make it easy for you to build meaningful connections with your family ⬅︎ (you want to hear about these)

Listener Guide
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2:20 Kids before books
4:02 Use small pockets of time
6:45 Don't limit yourself!
7:39 Share an experience-- what does that even mean?
10:49 It's allllll about connection
12:10 Snowflake Bentley
13:04 For Narnia and for Aslan!
14:14 This author is like nobody else on earth
15:19 All about service dogs
17:02 Online workshops and more
18:48 Don't forget: 3 simple things (start today!)
19:58 Let the Kids Speak

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RAR #119: Delighting in Your Own Reading Life, Anne Bogel

I walk you through using the Snowflake Bentley Family Book Club Guide here:

A few quotes from the podcast episode:
"You will not regret a single minute you spend nurturing your relationships with your kids no matter how old they are. Whether they’re babies or toddlers, grade schoolers, or teens, every single minute you spend nurturing your relationships with your kids is time well spent." -Sarah Mackenzie

"We want our kids to leave read-aloud time feeling seen and valued and loved. Whether we finish the story or not doesn’t matter nearly as much as connection with our kids during read-aloud time." - Sarah Mackenzie

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