Bookshelves: Non-fiction, Parenting, Self-Help
Rating: 3 of 5 stars (It was ok)
Recommended Age: Adult
This book is about parenting.
This book was pretty decent. It's filled mostly with stories of her friends showing how the habits work or don't work. A lot of it is changing your mind about things, not necessarily doing much different, but about how you do it, or see it. She talks a lot about faith, not necessarily a specific religion, she even mentions atheism, but if that's something that turns you off you might want to avoid it. She does speak a lot to working mothers which didn't apply to me so I kind of tuned those parts out. I probably wouldn't read it again, but I find myself trying to apply some of the things she talked about.