Lisa Quinn, recovering Martha Stewart addict has written a funny yet touching book about....balance.
If you have never read any books about housekeeping, entertaining, decorating, or cooking, you might glean some useful information.
The writing style makes this quick and easy to read, but has very useful information between the jokes.
I have read so many books on this subject that I didn't find many tips that were new to me. Nevertheless, it is a good book for a person who is just venturing into this way of... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Glenda Lynne
There might be some helpful hints here but the author's hostile and aggressive language suggest her own tension and stress. Seems like she needs to take her own advice. Read morePublished 1 month ago by MLord
I did not finish this book. It had way too much profanity. I love humor and don't mind an occasional oath, but this was over the top for me.Published 1 month ago by Janet A.
I was looking forward to reading this thinking it would be along the line of Erma Bombeck. who I loved. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Retired in NV
Very useful and in touch with today's women who try to balance everything.Published 2 months ago by Michelle J. Klosterman
After reading this book, I want to start entertaining again but without all the usual fuss! Lisa makes it so easy.Published 3 months ago by Kathy
I'm a big fan of Lisa Quinn and have watched her on television for years. I like her honest, no nonsense approach to decorating and fun and humorous style. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Pink Tink