Balanced living expert Susan Sly has released a report titled “12 Ideas For Creating Family Habits This Fall” available on her website. Continue reading
Sep 12, 2014 /prREACH/ -- Susan Sly, an expert in balanced living who is a successful entrepreneur, author, speaker, and empowerment trainer, recently published a brief guide on her website (www.SusanSly.com) discussing how to handle the family chaos caused by kids going back to school.
The brief guide, titled “12 Ideas For Creating Family Habits This Fall” offers 12 specific tips on how to create and embrace new family habits with the school year starting again.
Back to school time is a wonderful arena for the creation of new habits as families are conditioned to associate this time of year with new beginnings.
In this report, Mrs. Sly writes, “Back to school time is a wonderful arena for the creation of new habits as we are conditioned to associate this time of year with new beginnings. Here are 12 ideas for both the creation and embracing of new habits."
Mrs. Sly was recently featured in the book "Think And Grow Rich For Women", written by Sharon Lechter and released in May of 2014.
"Habits are what shape our reality and we either sit in a place of contentment with that reality or we look for ways to improve," says Mrs. Sly. "These 12 tips are designed to allow families the opportunities to create new beginnings and new habits with the new school year."
Susan Sly is an in-demand transformational speaker and trainer. She has shared the stage with Mark Victor Hansen, the late Jim Rohn and more. Mrs. Sly has inspired thousands of people to live their dreams and create a life of abundance and fulfillment. From the years of 1997 to present, she has been featured on television, radio, print media and has speaking engagements booked into next year. She has appeared on ABC Family Television, Lifetime Television, Change Nation, The Morning Show in Australia and been quoted in Forbes Magazine online.
The entire report can be read here: http://www.susansly.com/12-ideas-creating-great-family-habits-fall/