Sunday, September 16, 2018

Stretched Too Thin: How Working Moms Can Lose the Guilt, Work Smarter, and Thrive by Jessica N. Turner

38636082Stretched Too Thin: How Working Moms Can Lose the Guilt, Work Smarter, and Thrive

Working mothers constantly battle the pull to do all the things well. From managing work and home responsibilities to being impacted by a lack of self-care and time for deep friendships, the struggle is real. At the end of each day, many working moms are exhausted and stretched too thin. But this does not have to be the norm.

In her latest practical and inspiring book, Jessica Turner shows the working mom how to

- work and parent guilt-free
- establish clear work boundaries
- set achievable goals
- discover more flexibility
- develop home management solutions
- prioritize self-care
- invest in her marriage
- cultivate deeper friendships
- feel like a good mom, even while working
Full of compassion and encouragement, Stretched Too Thin will empower women with useful insights and tools to thrive as working moms.

My Thoughts:
If you are a woman, you need to read this book! If you are a mom, working mom or mentor other women, read this book! In a world where women where multiple roles and hats, we are constantly doing more in a day then we should. Women are measuring themselves up to unrealistic expectations of Pinterest, Facebook and the neighbor woman next door who appears to have it all "together." 
We are constantly battling stretching ourselves into doing more than we are able and we don't understand how it affects our physical, emotional and mental well being. We are stretched too thin! This book is a great, with advice and the story of how Jessica was stretched too thin! The practical advice is a great for any woman or mom! I highly recommend this great read! 
About the Author:

Jessica N.  TurnerJessica N. Turner is the author of Stretched Too Thin and The Fringe Hours. She is also an award-winning marketing executive and the founder of the popular lifestyle blog The Mom Creative ( Additionally, she is a writer for the Today Parenting Team and DaySpring's (in)courage, an advocate for World Vision, a regular speaker at events nationwide. She and her husband, Matthew live with their three children in Nashville, Tennessee.

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