Finding time to squeeze everything in before your head hits the pillow at night can seem like a daunting task for some moms. If you're like me, I often find myself lying awake at night. While the rest of the family is sound asleep, I'm going over all the things in my head that I didn't get done that particular day. Sound familiar? Co-authors Carla Birnberg and Roni Noone address this very topic in their new release, What You Can When You Can: Healthy Living on Your Terms. With the kids underfoot this summer, this book is a definite must-read for all moms who struggle with perfection. It's time to be honest with ourselves and stop feeling guilty for not being a supermom all the time, but rather when you can.
At one hundred and sixty-two pages, this book is an easy read. Yet the amount of information jam-packed inside will utterly amaze you. As for the content, the book is divided into six sections, each with a common goal or focus. For example, by accepting that perfection is never coming, you will be ready to embrace the next five key concepts.
In part two, the authors encourage you to stop being something you're not. Simple idea, but rather challenging to execute for moms who try to please everyone. Part three hones in concepts like activating your wait times. While brewing a cup of java, why not squeeze in some push-ups? These are just some of the many topics covered. Once you read the book, join in on the movement by connecting on social media using the hashtag #wycwyc.
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