I was recommended this book by my Accountability Partner, Patricia from The Gentile Next Door. She mentioned it to me in a email and I thought I should read it. I wasn’t expecting a book to make me reflect on not only how my schedule affects me mentally, physically and spiritually but also those I interact with the most.
Some people don’t need a book to remind them how to spend their time and to who and what to give their time and then there are those of us who try and do everything 100%, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. What things set the pace in my life? Am I being reactive or proactive? What is my work/rest rhythm like? How do I balance work and home?
The truth said in this book, reminds me that I can’t do it all everyday. And I can’t beat myself up over that. I need to set aside the time necessary to care for myself, my relationship with Christ, my body and my husband. I need to set boundaries in place so I don’t overextend myself and make time to care for those in my inner circles. Those I lean on.
Overall, I recommend this if you feel like you have no rhythm or are out of step in life. Grab a copy from Amazon, HERE
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