I’ve been being an observer and focusing on my colors and shapes as I drive to work, or when I am a passenger in the car. Luckily, many road signs have blue rectangles, red circles, and yellow squares, so those are easy to spot. I often count the trees as my green triangles.
I notice people’s bumper stickers, buildings, signs, lawn ornaments, garbage bins, anything I can find that fits the right shape and color. I make it a game and yell out the color, shape, and what PPN or concept it represents.
It’s a good thing I’m usually alone in the car because I can be obnoxious yell/singing “RED CIRCLE!!!” haha.
I even started saying affirmations with each color and shape to further reinforce my new choices to subby.
I’m using combinations without even thinking about it – go me!
Yay! I was really wondering if you were alone during those car rides, because I’m the one who would say it to myself. Thanks for sharing!
Awesome Brittany!! You’re Ahead Of The Game By Playing Your Game!! Gonna Try It Out, Announcing My PPN’s & Smart Goals When I See Them. Thanks!!
This gets my vote for ‘song of the week’! I smile every time I imagine you driving & playing your game – yelling out the color, shape, and what PPN or concept it represents for you
RED CIRCLE – I love it!! Keep yelling 🙂
Love love love your sense of fun and your delight at this Game of Life! It thrills me that you are training Subby in such significant ways!
Congratulations Brittany, “I’m using combinations without even thinking about it – go me!”
Awesome Brittany, congratulations!
Yeeeaaahh, Brittany!! Thanks for the inspiration. I can relate to obnoxious yelling and singing! LOL!!
You beat me to the punch, Jen. Heck, I’m gonna say it anyway. Go you, Brittany!!! — and you make your own personal Blog Rover proud by being the first to publish your Week 9! 🙂
“Go You Brittany” is right!! Way to engage in the exercises with Entthhuussiiassm!