One of the greatest joys of parenthood is getting to read Dr. Seuss' books again. It seems that the beloved creator of "The Cat in the Hat" and "Green Eggs and Ham" knew a lot about the secrets to living life well.
He taught us about caring for those more vulnerable than us in "Horton Hears a Who", about protecting the environment in "The Lorax", about the dangers of racism and importance of diversity in "The Sneetches", and the list goes on...
Another big lesson in living well is learning to say "No", figuring out our boundaries, and figuring out our own limitations. What would it be like if Dr. Seuss could teach us this lesson?
Here's a fun little exploration, a Dr. Seuss inspired poem on saying "No".