I am going to start planning an informational presentation on Journeys. I am looking for ideas on how you did some of the steps that are not listed in the book.
My daughter did Girltopia: Along the lines of womens rights and creativity.
She took a jewelry class in school
She went to a Day of the Dead presentation at an art museum
She went to see the Nutcracker
She read a book about a teen girl sold into slavery
She volunteered at a couple GS events
She donated toiletries to a women's shelter
In the book it suggested watching John Q - that was the only written suggestion that she took and did out of the book. The rest were other ideas that built on the concept of the Journey.
So I'm looking for creative ideas for when the book doesn't work, or you want to think outside the box.
Or any ideas or suggestions that are important. I don't want leaders to keep thinking it's too much like homework. I want to help change that attitude to think Journeys are pretty easy and flexible. The girls never even have to see the book to earn it.
If you got a traffic ticket would you break every traffic law the rest of the day? Then why toss the whole day over a slice of pizza? ~Indygirl
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