Quick Lit: March 2015
I’m joining Anne of Modern Mrs. Darcy to share quick reviews of books I’ve read lately. Head over there for a multitude of books to add to your to-read list.
I love the idea of this book. It’s touted as a guide to helping us be more present in our daily lives and love our people more fully. It sounded like just exactly what I needed to read, since my word for the year is Focus and all. I enjoyed the first few chapters, but then felt like everything was pretty redundant. I also didn’t feel like it was realistic for someone in my position: a homeschooling Mama with a blog and a small business. I can’t be hands free every second I’m with my kids; they are with me almost all the time. I want them to see me working hard to achieve my goals and some of those goals require technology. I can, however, set up better work hours and be more strict about following them. That is what I was motivated to do after reading this book, so in the end I’m glad I read it.