4 Ways to Spread Love

A Back-to-School Suc­cess Guide

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YOGA Go­ing back to school can cause anx­i­ety. Try in­cor­po­rat­ing a daily yoga rou­tine in your kid’s life, even if it’s 5 min­utes be­fore they leave for school.

Try It: Tree Pose helps cre­ate a sense of ground­ing and ex­pan­sion. Keep your kid grounded 365 days a year with Ester-C Kid­stiks, an es­sen­tial mul­ti­vi­ta­min that has B-6 and B-12 to sup­port en­ergy me­tab­o­lism. This patented vi­ta­min-C for­mula also sup­ports im­mune health.*

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MIND­FUL­NESS Prac­tic­ing sim­ple breath­ing ex­er­cises as a fam­ily gives kids a tool they can use in any anx­ious sit­u­a­tion. Belly breath­ing gives kids some­thing to fo­cus on so they can let other things go. Try It: Take 10 slow, deep breaths, breath­ing all the way down into the belly. Put your hands on your belly and no­tice the rise and fall. Feel your hands go­ing up and down with your breath and when you have a thought let it go and con­tinue with your breath.

GET­TING BACK TO A SCHOOL ROU­TINE

can be chal­leng­ing. With hec­tic morn­ings it’s easy to be­come less mind­ful of the im­por­tant things our kids need to have a great day. The love for our kids is greater than any­thing in this world, so we’ve cre­ated this sim­ple guide to set them up for a suc­cess­ful school year.

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NU­TRI­TION Noth­ing fu­els your kid’s day more than a proper bal­ance of es­sen­tial nu­tri­ents. School lunches are no­to­ri­ously un­healthy, but many schools are mak­ing a push to­wards healthy eat­ing. Still, noth­ing beats foods prepped at home. Opt for su­per­foods that con­tain 3-4 times the nu­tri­tion of other foods—like greens, root veg­gies, and whole grains. Try It: Give your kids the ex­tra es­sen­tial nu­tri­tional sup­port they need ev­ery day by mix­ing one non-ef­fer­ves­cent Ester-C Kid­stik with 4-6 fl. oz. of wa­ter.* Your young­sters will love the great taste!

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LOVE Make sure your kids leave each day know­ing they are loved un­con­di­tion­ally. Try It: Put a note in their lunch box that says, “I love you.” Tell your kids that you love them at least once a day and re­quest a big hug and kiss. Most im­por­tantly, pro­vide your kids daily Ester-C Kid­stiks for a great mul­ti­vi­ta­min that has no ar­ti­fi­cial col­ors or fla­vors.*

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