Glam Spa

September 2016 Edition
Published by Glam Spa

Note from Judi

Well here we are at the end of summer and only four months left in 2016. Did you accomplish your goals? If not, don't throw in the towel. Life is a journey not a race.

I know how stressful back to school can be for moms and their children. I want you to know we are all here to help. Whether it is for skincare or makeup advice, clearing up acne, or relieving sore muscles.

This is a big month in my house. My oldest daughter, Mackenzie, is attending the University of Tampa. We are all excited for her but we do miss her like crazy. Enjoy the last days of summer and get ready for cooler days ahead. I do love this time of year.

Make sure to take advantage of the results driven product and treatment specials we have planned for you this month! You are going to love them! Don't forget to reserve your complimentary fall assessment consultation. This is a great time of year to re-evaluate and map out a fabulous antiaging game plan.

Monday September 5th is Labor Day — a day to celebrate the social and economic achievements of American workers. Isn't it nice to be recognized for your accomplishments? Take some time off and enjoy.

Hope to see you at the spa soon.

Look better, feel better, and live better,

Judi Swain

The team @ Glam Spa

Featured Article

Fall Back Into the School Rhythm

Father and Child at BeachWith the lazy, hazy days of summer behind them, kids will be heading back to school for reading, writing and ‘rithmetic! Getting back into the rhythm of things can sometimes be a little slow-going for children.

The following will help you transition from summertime to school time!

  • Encourage Their Independence: Go over their morning and afternoon routines step-by-step, so they’ll know what to do and how to do it without needing your assistance. Have them pick out what they’ll wear for school the night before, so they’re not scrambling in the morning trying to find an outfit to wear.
  • Designate a Study Spot: Find a quiet place where they’ll do their homework, study for tests, and put away their backpacks. This also serves as a quiet place for them to concentrate on their studies and keep distractions to a minimum.
  • Create a Daily Routine List: Have them write down what time they will start doing their homework after school, how they’ll organize their clothes the night before and other tasks they will be doing each day. Allowing them to be directly involved with creating a routine for themselves will encourage them to stick to it.
  • Important Phone Numbers: Place contact information in your child’s backpack, so they’ll know which relatives or caregivers to call if they happen to have an early dismissal or if they’re sick and need to be picked up. If your child has a smartphone, program these numbers on speed dial.
  • Teach Them Proper Facial Cleansing: It’s never too early to teach children how to take care of their skin. Stop by the spa and pick up the proper cleansers for your teens and/or your young ones, so they can maintain healthy looking skin!

Once you have prepared your child for the upcoming school year, they will be ready to get on the bus with their backpack as well as their confidence and have a great year!

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