When I chose to review this book through Book Look Bloggers, I was just be a nice read. Something to take with me on my husbands business trip.. to help pass the time.
What I didn’t imagine was that I would be highlighting like crazy and gleaning some great encouragement and ideas. What a blessing this book was to me.. an unsuspecting, but oh so thankful, reader.
I immediately fell in love with the way Becky and her daughter Rachel decided to write this book. Each taking a turn at sharing their heart with the reader. They take on subjects that just about every woman deals with. Whether you’re a stay at home mom or you work outside the home, Nourished is packed with great information and ideas on how to find health, happiness, and a full nights sleep in what can be a very crazy and overwhelming world.
From listening to the ‘elephants in your life’ to grasping the fact that God truly loves you, Becky and Rachel help you, the reader, find was to Nourish all the different areas in your life.
- Nourished Spaces and Routines
- Nourished Bodies Nourished Selves
- Nourished Relationships
- Nourished Spirits
For me personally, I’m looking forward to going back through Nourished and putting to action all the different areas I highlighted!
From the Publishers:
Authors and bloggers Becky Johnson and Rachel Randolph address the common daily stressors of women with humorous stories, trial-and-error plans, and practical take-away insights.
Order-loving Rachel Randolph and her laid-back mother Becky Johnson might be opposites in some ways, but there’s one thing they both want to figure out: why is life so hectic and draining? Through interviews with friends and lots of research, they determine the most common stressors that mess with a woman’s mind. Together, they cook up a plan to live a less depleted and more nourished life.
The wise and witty co-authors of the heartwarming We Laugh, We Cry, We Cook, Becky and Rachel 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.
With humor, honesty, and faith, this mother-daughter duo offers a breath of fresh air for readers of all generations and life-stages who find themselves drained, discontent, or discouraged—and know there has to be a healthier alternative.
** I received a copy of this book in exchange for my review. All thoughts and opinions are 100% all mine **