Did you know that volunteering may help you live longer? Research suggests those who volunteer have healthier hearts and stronger immune systems.
Whether you volunteer to help your parents, a friend, or a classmate, your help won't go unnoticed. Volunteering is a great way to Motivate Your MOOD. Assist someone you know who needs help. Best of all, you'll probably motivate their MOOD, too!
Be a Valuable Volunteer
Ask an adult to help you think of ways you can volunteer in your community. You can even volunteer at home by helping cook dinner or cleaning the living room!
What can you do to cheer someone up today? Find someone to give a compliment to!
How would you describe your MOOD when you are lonely? It's not a fun feeling! Although alone time can be good, we all need to be surrounded by friends and family sometimes, too. Next time you see someone who needs a friend, go talk to them. See if you can motivate their MOOD!
Healthy and Happy
What are other ways you can cheer others up? Watch this video and see what makes other kids happy!
Who do you talk to when you want to bust a MOOD? Discuss who the best listeners in your life are when you find yourself needing to Motivate Your MOOD.
One of the best ways to bust a MOOD is to talk it out with a family member or friend. You can share why you're in that MOOD and what you can do to motivate it. Sometimes you just need someone to listen and other times you need advice. Either way, a trusted person in your life will be happy to help.
Talk it Out
Follow these tips on how to Motivate Your MOOD.
Did you know it's National Swimming Pool Day?
What better way to motivate your MOOD than hanging at the pool? Taking time to relax at the pool can give you a boost of vitamin D and give you time to RECHARGE during busy summer days.
Soak up the Sun
Boost your MOOD at the pool today with a friend or adult. It's a great way to cool down and relax. Don't forget your sunscreen!
What's your favorite way to Motivate your MOOD? Share your ideas with a friend.
Bust an "I won't" MOOD by making a list of things you can do to manage your MOOD. Next time you need to boost your MOOD, you'll have plenty of ideas to pick from. Remember to include options that involve helping your friends and family.
Create a MOOD jar! Write down ways to motivate your MOOD on separate pieces of paper. No screens allowed! Put them in a jar and draw one out when you need to turn your MOOD around. Have fun with it, decorate the jar however you'd like!