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Don't Sweat the Small Stuff for Women: Simple and Practical Ways to Do What Matters Most and Find Time for You (Don't Sweat the Small Stuff Series) Paperback – April 17, 2001
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About the Author
Kristine Carlson has a gift for creating lifelong relationships and is very dedicated to her family, friendships, and personal growth. She loves riding horses, running, and solitude. Richard and Kris were married for over 21 years. She lives in Northern California.
Top Customer Reviews
Kristine Carlson is married to Richard Carlson and together they show great insight into the everyday life. Their books can seriously start to change your life if you use the principles they present in these easy-to-read compact books. I especially like their "Don't Sweat the Small Stuff in Love" book and I think it helped me improve my own relationship considerably by making me realize that one of the most important needs humans have is to be listened to. I had never really thought about what the other person needed in conversation, always so busy jabbering on. Wow, that was quite a revelation to me and it changed my entire view of conversation.
Expect real revelations from these books. They are more than enlightening. Sometimes a simple awareness of an issue can trigger an entire thinking pattern that will help you make changes. When reading this book a highlighter is essential!
Kristine discusses why you should set aside time every morning to reflect. See, that is a good excuse to spend a little time in the morning chatting online? Right? Ok, well I think that she actually meant spending time alone thinking about your day.
As you move into your day, you try to get organized and at times the entire day feels like it is falling apart. Have you noticed that if you pick up the house in the morning, the entire day is more enjoyable? Kristine gives herself an hour each morning to clear the path of her day. She spends time each morning organizing her life. I loved her thought about laundry. A gentleman she met makes folding clothes a Zen meditation.Read more ›
Thanks to our foremothers, we women have, for the most part, never had it so good! We have more independence, options & conveniences - so why are we sweating our way through our rich, full lives?
As Kristine Carlson writes in her Introduction: "...when Richard asked me to write solo for the first time...part of me wanted to hightail it as fast as I could in the other direction!...I knew, after some contemplation, that this would be a challenge and a part of my own spiritual journey that I simply could not refuse..."
It's all common sense & as we so well know, we women must have permission - Kristine Carlson gives us that in timely essays about everything imaginable from getting down & dirty to letting go of our perfect plans; from protecting our inner flame to saying no without feeling guilty. Wondering what to give this summer's Brides? This one is perfect! Enjoy the essays, connect the dots & Don't Sweat the Small Stuff!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love love this book, it teaches you how to enjoy your life, and change the prospective for you doPublished 18 days ago by Malak Atassi
I found the book that Kristine wrote as powerful as all the other 'Don't sweat' book series. She has nice feminine manner for conveying the common issues women feel in their day... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Fred B McCracken
I feel as though this book should have been listed as "Good" or "Acceptable" instead of "Very Good" because, when it arrived, the back cover was wrinkled... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Kayla Helton
Great book..Mrs Carlson and her husband have giving simple ways to live a better life..in all their books.Published 14 months ago by Barbi
Good advise, good read and now I just pick it up and turn to a page and read that Chapter. Sometimes the advise has been a good remember and the right time.Published 16 months ago by D. E. Beers
Didn't buy online. My Husband bought for me. Really good book! A deff must read! Love it! Almost done reading.Published 17 months ago by Gabrielle Vitaliano