This is actually the picture of the devotional that actually goes with this book, but it will work for my purpose. This book took me a long time to read. It was on a list of books I had checked out from my old library, years ago, and then I finally got around to reading it. I'm not sure why I wanted to read this book in the first place - although I suspect that I was looking for actual solutions to the problems I saw in my life. This is not the book to solve my problems, though. I found a couple of little quotes in it that I liked, but in reality I didn't find Kathy Ireland very believable. The book has a Christian tone to it, which didn't resonate with me either. I'd love to de-clutter my house, put myself first, and talk to my children about all of society's evils, but that just isn't necessarily going to happen for me. I had had this book for more than six months, which probably says something about me and my priorities. I am glad I finished this book, so I can move on to other things in my To Be Read pile, and that's what this challenge was all about.
Real Solutions for Busy Moms - Kathy Ireland. Howard Books, 2009.
from my personal collection