Tuesday, February 10, 2015
Nourished - Book Review
This is a book that through the personal stories of and lessons learned by the authors aims to give women the tools they need to tackle any or all of the top 10 stressors in a woman's life:
1. cluttered surroundings
2. crowded schedules
3. negative body image
4. exhaustion of parenting
5. time-starved marriages
6. feeling like a spiritual slacker
7. negative self-talk
8. food issues
9. fitness (not enough time, not fast enough results)
10. friendships (finding and maintaining)
Getting each of these things in order, or at least working toward getting things in order, goes a long way toward fulfilling your own personal happiness and taking care of yourself, which is essential before you can adequately take care of someone else or be the person you want to be in the eyes of someone else.
Often, women spend so much time nourishing others that we forget how to nourish ourselves.
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