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What Makes You Happy?
What is happiness? Happiness is an emotional and mental state of well-being that promotes positive energy and contributes to feeling comfortable in one’s skin. It engenders and promotes one’s self-worth as well as one’s self-confidence.
Being happy is a state of being that is achievable by everyone, as it depends on the one’s choices and behaviors. Even when things are complicated in life and stresses weigh one down, it is possible to change one’s mood by doing things that bring a smile onto one’s face or by thinking happy thoughts.
Why pursue the feeling of happiness and how does feeling happy help our kids? The feelings of happiness not only improve the present but have a tremendous impact on the future. Happy children do better socially and academically and generally also feel better about themselves.
Happy children = happier home life for all!
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Who Knew Vitamins Could Be Fun
– By Yael Rosenberg, RN
A FUN WAY TO LEARN ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF VITAMINS and HEALTHY EATING FOR KIDS
The children’s book Who Knew Vitamins Could Be Fun utilizes gorgeous illustrations and fun rhymes, which make learning about healthy and good nutrition easy and enjoyable.
MazorBooks and author Yael Rosenberg invite your kids to join Nurse Liv Welle as she teaches a class of first graders a lot about vitamins, their benefit to one’s health, and the vitamins’ food sources.
The subject is presented to the children in a fun way, as Nurse Liv Welle engages the first grade students in the learning experience. Your kids will surely enjoy the fun, as they rhyme along and learn about vitamins from A to K.Utilizing gorgeous illustrations and fun rhymes makes learning about healthy and good nutrition easy and enjoyable.
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Did you know that nearly a billion people in the world cannot read (source UNICEF)?
Did you know that according to a study conducted in late April by the U.S. Department of Education and the National Institute of Literacy, 32 million adults in the U.S. can’t read. That’s 14 percent of the population. 21 percent of adults in the U.S. read below a 5th grade level, and 19 percent of high school graduates can’t read.
Illiteracy breeds poverty and desperation, as research shows. In the UNITED STATES 67% of kids who cannot read proficiently by the end of 4th grade will end up in jail or on welfare. A frightening and disturbing statistics. The antidote? Read, read, read!
Do Today for your Child’s Tomorrow!
Introduce him/her to books!
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Happy Children – Happy Home – Happy Reading!
Read Things that Make Me Happy to or with your children and infuse happiness into their lives. Happy children do better socially and academically and generally also feel better about themselves. Happiness is an emotional and mental state of well-being that promotes positive energy and contributes to feelings of self-worth and self-confidence.
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MazorBooks specializes in the publication of children’s books that promote good values. MazorBooks believes in the need to promote good values such as literacy, respect, responsibility, accountability, honor, honesty, cleanliness, friendship, self-esteem, good nutrition, and healthy living to name several.
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Studies show that healthy eating habits established in childhood have a great impact on adult eating patterns. Portion control is one of the most important aspects of eating right. Another is eating food that is rich with vitamins, which promote children’s healthy growth. Vitamin consumption through natural sources is most always preferred to supplements. That is why learning about the foods that contribute necessary vitamins for growth and maintenance of health, is imperative.
Granted, enticing kids to learn about vitamins and healthy eating habits may not be all that easy. Perhaps modeling these behaviors (very helpful) may be the only way some parents impart this important information. But now you can teach your sons and daughters about the importance of vitamins and healthy eating habits in a fun, joyous and painless fashion that will delight you and your children. You can do just that with the help of Yael Rosenberg’s fun book, Who Knew Vitamins Could Be Fun? – a wonderful way for kids to absorb information about the thirteen vitamins from A to K, their best food sources, and the benefits they provide.
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MazorBooks is delighted to announce that Little Rose’s Big Lie is now also available in print.
A bit about Little Rose’s Big Lie: Little Rose wanted a bit of the delicious chocolate cake Mommy made just for her and did not have the patience to wait even though Mommy said the cake was for later. Little Rose took a big bite when Mommy wasn’t looking and tried to hide her misdeed. Get the book and find out about the consequences!
A bit about the AuthorAt MazorBooks we love to encourage YOUNG TALENT.
Shani Eichler is only 16 years old. A junior in high school who engages in many activities other than school work, including: Writing, dancing, and volunteering as a FIRST RESPONDER in her neighborhood’s local AMBULANCE Service. Shani has successfully trained and passed exams to earn certification in intensive care paramedics!
Shani is the second of six children in her family and the oldest girl so she has a lot of experience taking care of children. She is an avid reader, skilled artist and an aspiring author. Shani plans to go to medical school and become a doctor, but perhaps not a pediatrician: Too many runny noses and sore throats!
– Shani is a big fan of Grey’s Anatomy and House M.D.
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In a society that generally appreciates self-deprecation there is a danger of taking it too far. Indeed, when repeating certain phrases, such as “I am such a klutz (slang for clumsy)”, or “there I go again, forgetful me” – we may start believing these statements and worse, develop a reputation of being a klutz or a forgetful person. It is much healthier, psychologically speaking, to limit “down-speaking” about ourselves or perhaps even eliminating it from our repertoire. ESPECIALLY in front of our kids. At a young age the ‘cleverness’ or intended humor inherent in self-deprecation does not register with children, who generally understand things literally. Thus, parents serve their children far better, by being kind to themselves and teaching their children the art of positive speak.
Children often disparage themselves with phrases such as: “I can’t do it!,” or “It’s too hard for me,” or “I am not as smart as my brother or sister.” Parents, even good ones, often just let these expressions of frustration pass. But words and thoughts have power. They can build and they can destroy.
A time-tested way of helping kids develop a kinder more optimistic attitude toward themselves and promoting kids’ self-esteem and self-confidence is by encouraging them to self-affirm. Positive affirmations and merited approval – work, especially when associated with good values and achievements (small or big).
Parents and teachers, whose objective is to foster emotional health, self-esteem and self-confidence in children must be proactive in their relationship with children. Studies confirm that the impact of constructive and positive verbal directives and exchanges between adults and children influence the children’s feelings of self-worth, self- esteem and self-efficacy.
There is ample research that shows the advantage in school and later in their professional life that children with positive self-esteem have over kids whose perception of self is critical or harsh. For what is self-esteem but the “self-evaluation of competence in certain domains of functioning?” (Szente, 2007). Indeed, the earlier children learn to manage the quality of their thoughts about and perceptions of themselves the better they are prepared to deal successfully with future challenges, and the more they are likely to achieve success and fulfillment in life.
With that in mind I authored Positive Affirmations for Little Girls and Positive Affirmations for little Boys. Check them out. You and the children you love will benefit from reading and rereading these lovely affirmations, as they promote good-feel and optimism that fuel the body and the soul.
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Posted by Sarah Mazor
About the Author
Szente, J. (2007). Empowering Young Children for Success in School and in Life. Early Childhood Education Journal
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Print Edition Will also be available on AMAZON by next week.
A Kindle Edition of Who Knew Vitamins Could be Fun is available now for $2.99, just click http://tinyurl.com/NurseLivWell
The children’s book Who Knew Vitamins Could Be Fun, by Yael Rosenberg, RN, utilizes gorgeous illustrations and fun rhymes, which make learning about healthy and good nutrition easy and enjoyable. We invite your kids to join Nurse Liv Welle as she teaches a class of first graders a lot about vitamins, their benefit to one’s health, and the vitamins’ food sources. The subject is presented to the children in a fun way, as Nurse Liv Welle engages the first grade students in the learning experience. Your kids will surely enjoy the fun, as they rhyme along and learn about vitamins from A to K.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Yael Rosenberg has been involved in the Medical Field since her graduation from Beth Israel Nursing School in New York. Yael who also earned a degree in Health Administration is a dedicated health practitioner and consummate professional who has been involved in the healing arts for over 25 years. Her care has been extended to people of all ages and cultures.
During her career in nursing, Yael specialized in Pediatric Nursing, and Geriatric Nursing, working in New York hospitals as well as in the home care industry. Yael held top positions supervising administrative and field operations in home care.
Yael has also ventured outside the realm of conventional medicine, and embarked on a healing path utilizing alternative and complementary healing methods. Teaching adults and children the importance of good nutrition, exercise and other preventative practices, Yael continues to promote the maintenance of health and wellness.
Recognizing the importance of education and the impact of knowledge on life choices, Yael decided to branch out and pen children’s books that focus on teaching children (and parents) healthy habits that last a lifetime.
Yael Rosenberg’s “Who Knew Vitamins Could be Fun”
Print Edition Will also be available on AMAZON by next week
Kindle Edition available now —http://tinyurl.com/NurseLivWell