- File Size: 405 KB
- Print Length: 123 pages
- Publisher: SimpleLifePress.com; 1 edition (March 8, 2014)
- Publication Date: March 8, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00IVY7EME
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #810,641 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Supermom vs Super Mom: Simplicity Tips for Busy Moms: A Simple Life Guide to Getting Organized, Finding Margin and Embracing Simplicity for Moms (Simple Life Guides for Less Than a Latte Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I love how Vanessa is clear that her recommendations – based on great research, professional experience, and her own motherhood – will require tough decisions and hard work. But the tests, tips, and thought experiments all seem so doable with the way she breaks down each step into ones where it seems silly not to do them.
Getting specific, I particularly appreciated the “No” Users Manual. I’ve always been able to say no to requests for my time and attention, but I’ve never actually done it with tact or had the other person smile afterwards. What Vanessa provided is practical, easy to try, and just plain works. I also appreciated all the links throughout the book so I could learn more about a certain topic with just one click. Vanessa and Dan Hayes know how to curate, building extra value on top of an original source.
When I wasn’t being educated, which happened the whole way, I was being entertained. The humor starts right from the beginning and continues all the way through the (highly useful) appendices. This book delivers value through the very last word … and will make a lasting impact (even if you only take action on a fraction of it).
It's nice to read what I think to myself day in and day out.
Vanessa is definitely here to help you to tackle this new age we live in where our houses are bigger, our digital data seems endless, and we feel pressure to commit to so many things.
The book lays out not only how to get more organized, but why. It's the why that I find most compelling and keep coming back to read.
My favorite part is on not buying more stuff to organize your stuff, but rather tactics and strategies to organize a fully functional space.
I also enjoyed the questions to ask yourself to be a more mindful shopper.
If you are looking to better understand how to simplify your life and allow more room for focus and meaning, buy this book now. You'll be happy you did.
This book has the information my family has been looking for! It is a detailed guide on how to manage the clutter/chaos that comes along with having kids. It is loaded with inspiring and informative "how-tos" as well as helpful links to articles, videos and other resources.
This book is a great and packed with way more tips and info (videos etc) than the book costs.
Enjoy it, use it and be a better parent and partner... these things always have benefits