If you work to become closer with your teammates, your team will be stronger, and you might even make a new friend. But it’s not always easy. You can work to earn your teammates respect, find common ground with them and spend time outside of your sport to start. Read more on how to do this HERE.
With things opening up a bit more, many of us are adventuring out on vacation. I just got back from my favorite spot in Montana. My grandparent’s lake cabin. I’ve been going there all of my life. It’s where I learned to paint and play cards, swim and waterski, make fancy pancakes and bake apple pie. And after walking to get our drinking water out of the spring (for several years), enjoying close views of bald eagles and hikes to the Turtle Pond, I also learned to appreciate nature.
Most of all I learned the true meaning of family.
Over the years I have returned to Montana, and with TV and cell phones put on the back burner, my kids have had some of the same experiences that I did, and have created many new ones of their own. Experiences that I know they will never forget.
What are some of your favorite vacation experiences?
WRITING PROMPT #1: Write about your favorite childhood vacation.
WRITING PROMPT #2: If you could vacation anywhere in the world, where would you go and what would you do?
WRITING PROMPT #3: Even after Azelle bought the plane ticket, she still couldn’t believe that she was…