The rest of us who deal with forgetting children’s’ appointments (or forgetting actual children!), or are not gourmet chefs, flawless friends, fabulous decorators, or supermodels can wipe the breakfast crumbs off our sweatshirts and keep reading!
My good friend Jill Savage just released a wonderful book called NO MORE PERFECT MOMS.
Jill is imperfect. It is what I love about her.
She founded and runs an organization for moms called Hearts at Home so people might expect her to be very perfect.
She, instead, expects herself to be very real. And she is.
It has continued since and has included our honest sharing about messy homes, messy marriages, wayward kids and imperfect mothering decisions—-from both of us.
Her desire in this book is to help mothers everywhere shelve their desires for perfection along with their insecurities of not measuring up to other moms.
No More Perfect Moms will help you…
- Change your unrealistic expectations to realistic expectations in order to better manage everyday challenges.
- Give grace and love to your husband and children even in difficult family life circumstances.
- Increase your confidence when you resist the urge to compare your insides to other women’s outsides.
- Discover the beauty of grace when you stop judging yourself and stop judging others.
- Find freedom from disappointment when you embrace your real family, your real challenges, and your real, but imperfect, life.
Now, here’s the really cool thing.
Pick up a copy of No More Perfect Moms anytime this week between February 3-9 (online or at a store…and yes, electronic versions such as Kindle and Nook count too!)
Send a copy of your receipt toNoMorePerfectMoms@moody.edu. Scan it, take a picture of it – just be sure to send it to the email! You’ll then be given access to well over $100 worth of resources that will help you on your mothering journey – absolutely free!
To see the cool freebies (including Mp3s, printables and ebooks) click here.
And, to enter to win a free copy here, signed by Jill, simply leave a comment telling us in what area of mothering or life you are not perfect but struggle with insecurity and measuring up.
I’ll go first……looks.
Looks. LOOKS. Always looks. Since 1975…..looks.