When I started reading the book it was overwhelming because the author explain all the caos in her life and I just do not want to read more problems in addition to my problems. But the book actually helps others than feel identification with the same problems to find a solution to manage them. The book has advices and it is a a great reading. They are some many ways to live the life and for sure the most important is to be happy and feel peace. We always have to search the time and the space to us, and take the time to nourish our life. I think that with planification of time and priorities we can be healthy, happy and also we are going to have time for full night´s sleep. I recommend you to read the book. The authors are Becky Johnson and Rachel Randolph. The book has 253 pages. I like the cover and he presentation of the book. You can take a look of the content of the book:
Introduction: Invitation to a more nourishing life
Part 1 : Nourished 911
Part 2: Nourished spaces and routines
Part 3 : Nourished bodies, nourished selves
Part 4 : Nourished relationships
Part 5 : Nourished spirits
I hope that you like the book and can find the way to relax and enjoy life.
Information of their web page
"Nourished: A Search for Health, Happiness, and a Full Night's Sleep
With humor, honesty and faith Becky Johnson and her daughter Rachel Randolph determine to tackle the stuff that is stressing them out, once and for all. From interviews with friends and lots of research they came up with The Ten Most Common Stressors That Mess with a Woman’s Mind: daily challenges that routinely steal her sense of peace and joy. Together Becky and Rachel cook up a plan to live a less depleted and more nourished life. Opposites in many ways mom and daughter share their successes and failures as they make peace with their imperfect bodies, create living spaces they love, get wiser in their relationships, tame jam-packed schedules, settle into God’s love, and more. In short, they stumble and journey together toward a life that better nourishes them body, mind, soul and spirit."
In this book, the mother-daughter duo will help you make that dream a reality by tackling the “Top 10 Stressors” that mess with a woman’s mind, such as:
•Feeling like a spiritual slacker
•Negative Body Image
Becky Johnson is the author, coauthor, or collaborator of more than forty books. She’s a natural storyteller who has inspired and entertained audiences for years. Most recently she co-authored We Laugh, We Cry, We Cook alone with a blog by the same name with her daughter, Rachel Randolph. She and her husband, Greg, live in Denver, Colorado.
Rachel Randolph writes and speaks with humor and honesty about parenting a toddler, young married life, and her mostly plant-based cooking adventures. Rachel is married to Jared, a high school football and baseball coach. They live near Dallas, Texas with their son, Jackson. Nourished is her second book.
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