It’s Your School Year, Too, Mom & Dad: 6 Ways to Ride the Intuition Bus by Gail Harris

It’s Your School Year, Too, Mom & Dad: 6 Ways to Ride the Intuition Bus

Kids will start off the school year smiling. But when the stress of school kicks in, your child will need your support – buying a new toy, help with homework, tough love. Teachers help make his village, but you’re his rock, his beacon.

You’re there for the long haul. But are you really there in the present moment trusting your intuition – for your child’s sake – and in all areas of your life? Or are you doing other people’s curricula? Remember, when you trust your intuition you’re trusting yourself, and when you don’t, you’re not. It is that simple. But it isn’t always easy.

These simple steps can help:

  1. Make trusting yourself No. 1.
  2. Spend 5 minutes in quiet time daily.
  3. Set an intention to hear your intuition.
  4. Don’t doubt what it says.
  5. Act.
  6. Start simply and allow trusting to become your way of life.

It’s worth it!

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Donna John
Great tip, @gail! Moms so often forget about themselves.
Elisa Schmitz
I love this tip, Gail Harris! Wonderful for moms to practice trusting their intuition, especially as a new school year begins! xoxo
Gail Harris
Thanks Donna John and @elisa. Ain't it the truth.
Kelli Porcaro
It's so easy to be persuade by what other's thing...but you are so right on the mom's we know our kids better than anyone!! Thanks for sharing!
Gail Harris
We sure do. Thanks for your comment Kelli Schulte

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