To Love, Honor, and Vacuum offers encouragement for the overwhelmed, freedom from perfectionism, and a vision of life dominated by care. (Faithfulreader.com
. . . A must read for any woman who finds herself too busy, too tired and too frustrated to enjoy and cherish the most important blessings in her life mainly her husband, her children and her Lord. (Author's Choice Book Reviews
. . . Make[s] a great spring board for discussion groups. . . provides a stimulus to do practical things to make life happier for everyone and also shows that one's feelings of frustration and anger are shared by others in similar situations. (Christian Observer
Before you give up and let cat litter take over, read this book and get ready for a whole new approach to home management. (San Diego Family Magazine
If you find yourself stressed by housework, this is the book for you. (WRGN
This book is about taking control. Itís too easy for a womanís day to be dictated by otherís needs; however, when a woman exerts some control over her activities, sheíll be happier, sheíll receive more respect and sheís even likely to get more help. Gregoireís enthusiasm, real-life examples, and emphasis on healthy relationships will encourage women to embrace their responsibilities. (CBA Marketplace
To Love, Honor, and Vacuum is full of helpful, practical ideas that any mom can use to simplify and bring balance to her life, no matter how hectic it has become. (Living Light News
From the Back Cover
This is no “women’s lib” book. Nor is it a five-step program for becoming a human doormat.
To Love, Honor, and Vacuum encourages women to deal with their hectic lives by prioritizing relationships and fostering responsibility and respect in all family members. When women apply these real-world, real-life insights, they will discover what it means to love and honor in spite of the vacuuming.
“Sheila is about to challenge your thinking about your role as a wife and mother. I don’t say that lightly. I read more advice about mothering and womanhood in a week than most people read in a year. But Sheila is on to something here.”
Editor, Christian Parenting Today
“In To Love, Honor, and Vacuum, Sheila speaks to both the heart and habits of the woman who is wife and mother. The lessons in this book are biblical, do-able and affordable! I highly recommend it.”
—Margaret B. Buchanan
Author of Famous Jerks of the Bible
"I was grabbed from the start . . . I think Ms. Gregoire has been peeking in my windows! This is a ‘must read’ for any woman who has wondered why she doesn't derive pure joy from her role as Domestic Goddess!”
“Filled with spiritual wisdom and practical tips.”
Associate Editor of Faith Today magazine
Sheila Wray Gregoire, a born entrepreneur, writes for numerous magazines and speaks to a variety of audiences across North America, combining the realities of a family with Scripture for real-world, real-biblical answers. In addition, she and her husband, Keith, “tag-team” homeschool their kids.