The Book ✯✯
While her heart seems to be in the right place and some of her suggestions hold true value, I also found myself raising my eyebrows at suggestions of hiring a laundry company or a virtual assistant to free up time during the day. Add in that the entire introduction is about "getting your body back" and a discussion on the evils of GMOs--while some are not the best to eat, others are healthy (think seedless grapes and sweet corn)--I found myself eye-rolling more often than nodding along.
I stuck with it until the very end and I found it redeemed itself a bit with the sections on giving, courting your spouse, and practicing gratitude.
If you're a mother desperate for any answers to help your mind and your life find peace, this is absolutely for you. But, if you're like I was and just looking for a sweet soulful lift on motherhood itself, take a pass.
Thank you to NetGalley, Lisa Druxman, and Quarto Publishing Group-Fair Winds Press for this free ARC in exchange for an honest review.