* Deal with your crazy ex spouse/partner * Coach your kids through any difficulty such as bullying * Raise kids that don't fight with each other * Communicate with your spouse so they respond positively * Be a happier & more functional family .......and more!!
This is not a "motivational" workshop! It's a strategic workshop designed to be practical, educational, and fun too! You'll be able to apply the skills you learn right away for immediate results.
** March 1, 2018, 8:30-10:00pm eastern. ** You will receive call in information after purchase. ** The cost is only $9.00! (Priced low to be affordable!) ** The call will be recorded in case you are not available at that time. The recording will be emailed the day after if you are registered.
Drink stress releif teas from the health food store
Think positive self assuring thoughts
Take a hot bath
Attend "Wednesday Society" meetings
Do not criticize others
Don't multi task, one at a time
Contribute, help others
Get enough sleep and rest
Manage time to avoid last minute stress
Go for a walk
Write down your thoughts
Try something new
Eat light and healthy
Avoid caffeine and nicotine
Listen to relaxing music
Live in the now
HEATHERS HOMEMADE HINTS:
Peppermint Hair Conditioner (Makes 8oz)
1/2 C. Cholesterol-type hair conditioner 3/4 C. water Peppermint essential oil
Shake in a bottle 'til well mixed, using just a few drops of essential oil. If hair is dry, add a tablespoon of corn oil. It only costs about $1.20 to make (compared to $4.99 at a beauty supply store - or more!). Homemade Laundry Soap 1/3 bar Fels Naptha soap ½ cup washing soda ½ cup borax powder ~You will also need a small bucket, about 2 gallon size~
Grate the soap and put it in a sauce pan. Add 6 cups water and heat it until the soap melts. Add the washing soda and the borax and stir until it is dissolved. Remove from heat. Pour 4 cups hot water into the bucket. Now add your soap mixture and stir. Now add 1 gallon plus 6 cups of water and stir. Let the soap sit for about 24 hours and it will gel. You use ½ cup per load.