Praise for The Home CEO's Guide to Life!
-Inspiring! I'm only half way through the book and it has already helped me so much in organizing my day to day, both mentally and in my home. I can't wait to see what the rest of this book has in store. It's a must read! (Amazon.com Reader Book Review -The Home CEO's Guide to Life, May 31, 2012)
-I have read the e-book and must say this TRULY is an inspirational "roadmap" to a healthy, happy, and successful self and family! (The Home CEO's Guide to Life book review, June 1. 2012).
-In looking at the large book, which is as big as any glossy magazine, I liked that it is chock full of images and graphics that make this a breezy read. The content, though, is anything but breezy. With chapters like "Harmony: unleashing the power of life organization" and "Health: Nurturing the mind and body", the authors cover a lot of ground here that any parent or homemaker will appreciate...The tips are timeless and the writing style is easy. Anyone looking to find a better physical, spiritual and emotional balance in your life might find balance in these pages. (September 2012 Scene Magazine book review- for full review, click here).
-Beautiful and interesting read! The book is just enough of inspiration and ideas to make you want to keep it nearby for a reference. The color pictures add to the enjoyment of the book!(Amazon.com Reader Book Review -The Home CEO's Guide to Life, June 20, 2012)
-This book is really trying to get to the bottom of where your motivation is in your home life. Is your house a mess (please don't ask me!), are you children's rooms a disgrace? Do you spend your time on meaningless online games and social activities? Are you in the life you want/imagined? If these questions strike a cord with you then this book is 100% for you! It breaks it down into sections so that you won't be overwhelmed all at once. With all we do each day as Mom's it is important that we are living a happy, healthy life and this book really has some great tools to get you there! (Book Review, As They Grow Up Blog)