This book is short. The author makes clear that it is in magazine-type format (ie, several short, standalone chapters) which makes it easy to read when faced with frequent interruptions. This was helpful. At the ends of some of the chapters she includes links to various blog posts or web resources to delve further into given topics. I especially liked the Jennifer Fulwiler essay about following the example of Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity and not overscheduling.

I like how she doesn't come across as judgmental, in stark contrast to 99% of other parenting/domesticity books I've read, and I don't feel like I wasted my time reading this book. I learned a few new tips on meal planning, time management, and giving myself some grace and space when I feel like I'm failing as a mother.

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