I read this:
“We speak a language of encouragement.”
(from the introduction to Creative Acts For Curious People by Sarah Stein Greenberg)
The language of encouragement. How cool is that?!
So, I made this:
I liked it. But it needed more. Perhaps I could add the language of encouragement.
I looked at it for a a bit. Then, I spoke the language of encouragement to myself. “You can do it. You are talented. You are creative. No worries. Take a breath or two. Test it out, and then go.”
So, I did.
It’ll be hanging in my classroom, as a reminder. Feel free to pop in when you need a reminder, or a phrase.
Let’s create a language of encouragement movement. Let’s develop and speak the language of encouragement to ourselves, our learners, our colleagues, our admins, our athletes, our families, the world. We can do it!
This is beautiful! You need to print it as a poster and sell it! I am encouraging your creative spirit!
Lol thank you!!!
How did I miss this one? I love your encouragement artwork–so perfect for your classroom!
Lol I think I snuck it in when no one was watching 😉 so glad you like it.
You remind me that we can speak things into being: if we “use the language of encouragement,” it will take root and flourish. Gorgeous artwork and reminder!