The life of a work-at-home mom is non-stop. Breaks seldom happen and the lines that used to provide boundaries between work and home are obliterated. It's easy to slip into auto-pilot and drive ourselves to exhaustion. But that's not God's best for us. In Jill Hart's new devotional, she helps women press the pause button and be refreshed with the Word of God and encouragement from another mom whose been there. Her sweet style will make you feel like someone just handed you a latte and gave you a mid-morning break! You'll be inspired to keep sight of what's really important and thrive in your calling to work from home. --Glynnis Whitwer, I Used to Be So Organized, Executive Director of Communications, Proverbs 31 Ministries
"Finally a devotional specifically for the work-at-home mom. You will be blessed by Jill's insight and wisdom as she delves into God's Word and shows you not only where it is applicable to your life but also challenges and encourages you to apply it. A fabulous tool to help us stay focused on Him and His purposes in our lives and in our roles as wife and mother." --Leslie Pyle, MSc, HBWM.com, HomeBasedWorkingMoms.com, HireMyMom.com
As a mother of three, wife, friend, chauffeur, business owner, dishwasher and an endless list of other titles, I fully understand the juggling act that we all face. What a winner Jill Hart has in her new book Do Life Different! Allow Jill's more than a decade of Work-At-Home expertise to offer you much-needed guidance, support, and encouragement. --Jennifer Maggio, CEO of The Life of a Single Mom Ministries and author
About the Author
Jill Hart s entrepreneurial career began in her teens when her father put her in charge of a Coke machine and allowed her to keep the profits. She quickly discovered the benefits of being her own boss, and that same entrepreneurial spirit now motivates her to help other women build their businesses from home. As the founder of the popular Christian work-at-home website, CWAHM.com, and co-author of So You Want to be a Work-at-Home Mom, Jill reaches countless women through her writing, speaking, and coaching. She runs her business from her Nebraska home where she lives with her husband and two kids, and works in her pajamas as often as possible.