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Hands Free Mama: A Guide to Putting Down the Phone, Burning the To-Do List, and Letting Go of Perfection to Grasp What Really Matters! Paperback – January 7, 2014
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About the Author
Rachel Macy Stafford is a New York Times bestselling author and a certified special education teacher with a Master’s Degree in education. A few years ago, this life-long writer felt compelled to share her journey to let go of distraction and grasp what really matters by creating what became the tremendously popular blog “Hands Free Mama.” Using her skills as a writer, teacher, and encourager, Rachel provides readers with simple, non-intimidating, and motivating methods to let go of distraction and connect with their loves ones. Rachel lives in South with her husband and two children who inspire her daily. www.handsfreemama.com
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I also already don't believe the anecdotal stories she tells and again, I'm only 27 pages into the book. Right now, on page27, she and her kids are spinning in the rain looking at a double rainbow and her kids are yelling 'Thank you!Thank you!' To her for taking them outside to see the rainbow. Really??? I'm not buying it.
I think the only take home advice a rational working parent will learn from this book is the advice the actual title gives: 'put down the phone, burn the to do list and let go of perfection to grasp what really matters!' How you do that is up to you to figure out.