One thing I love about watching super-hero movies during the summer is that I feel all energized, and ready to take on new and exciting projects in the fall. Along with chilling (literally) in a movie theatre, I’m able to step in to another world, and figure out what’s most important to me—what and who I’d fight for, if I needed to.
The latest superhero movie I’ve seen is Marvel’s Ant-Man, starring Paul Rudd. The mention of that actor’s name was enough to get my movie-watching companion onboard for some summer movie adventuring. And maybe it’ll be enough for you to know that Ant-Man is not only an action-packed movie, but is also funny. Now, when I say it’s action-packed—in this case—I mean, sort of action-y. It’s not over-the-top, where there is nothing but fighting. Nope, not this movie.
Paul Rudd’s character (Ant-Man), isn’t necessarily out to save the world (a superhero specialty), but on one particular mission. Not only that, but, he’s doing it for his daughter. Ant-Man is told to “be the hero she all ready thinks you are,” and he takes it to heart. I put together a quick printable worksheet for you to be the hero in someone’s life:
Fill in ways that you can be present, who love, practice self-care, and conquer enemies (like bad habits, or sabotaging behaviour), plus fill in the last blank area with other ways you can be the hero (your loved one) all ready thinks you are.
Click the image below to download and print the worksheet.
Stick it up on the fridge, your cork board, or anywhere else where it will serve as a reminder to you.
The above printable is in no way endorsed by Marvel or Disney or anyone else.