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4 Books That Will Improve Your Mother’s Life

Improve Your Mother’s Life I’m not reading as much in my post-kids life as I did before I had children. I mean, it’s hard to read when there are loud kids around who wish to use me as a toy. A Mom’s life doesn’t leave plenty of space for quiet reading time. Shoot, I usually […]

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Improve Your Mother’s Life
Improve Your Mother’s Life

I’m not reading as much in my post-kids life as I did before I had children. I mean, it’s hard to read when there are loud kids around who wish to use me as a toy.

A Mom’s life doesn’t leave plenty of space for quiet reading time. Shoot, I usually nod off before I finish the primary page in a book.

But I do love a decent book.

I typically choose novels with an excellent story that sucks me in and lets me escape for a short time.

However, I do enjoy books that help me become a much better me. I’m always looking to enhance, especially after I had kids, and there are some great books out there that have impacted my life in huge ways.

These books make me feel lighter, more motivated, and that I want I can actually rock this motherhood thing.

1. The Dressing Table by Mary Buckman

The Dressing Table by Mary Buckman

You might be wondering how it’s possible that I have time to read while staying at home with kids.  Well, it’s because I use “The Dressing Table”.

I love the way Mary Buckman has proven that Moms really can cook anything and express their love for children through food.

This book isn’t about how to do more, it’s about our time and love we have for our kids and empowering us to do more for our kids and ourselves, because the more fulfilled we are with love, the better parents we can be.

2. The Gifts of Imperfection by Brene’ Brown

The Gifts of Imperfection by Brene’ Brown

I fell enamored with Brene’ Brown’s message once I watched her first TED mention of Vulnerability. This woman is sensible. I loved her book, Daring Greatly, so once I saw this one, I knew it had been something I needed to read.

I believe with every fiber of my being, that there’s no such this as perfection, especially when it involves parenting.

This book helps us embrace our imperfections, forsaking of unrealistic expectations, and revel in our authentic self.

3. Hands-Free Life by Rachel Macy Stafford

Hands-Free Life by Rachel Macy Stafford

This book landed in my hands at the right time in my life. I needed to read its words right then.

I have been fighting life normally. I’ve been t4 Books That Will Improve Your Mother’s Life plugged in, too busy to actually enjoy the blessings in my life. This book helped me abandon and just enjoy while setting boundaries appropriate boundaries for myself and others.

“With a Hands-Free Life perspective, you’ll have the facility to seem back and see you didn’t just manage life, you really lived it – and lived it well” – Don’t we all want that?

4. Clutter-free with Kids by Joshua Becker

Clutter-free with Kids by Joshua Becker

I am a follower of a minimalist lifestyle, and this book helped me get there.

Yes, it’s a book about handling clutter, but there’s such a lot more to it. There are great stories, life lessons, and light-bulb moments within these pages.

It’s not just a book to assist you to deal with the things, it’s a book that will transform your house and life, and it teaches us to fill our souls instead of our homes.

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