Our next recommended book comes from Joanna Mallory of Nova Scotia. Joanna recommends that we read Sheila Wray Gregoire’s To Love, Honor and Vacuum.
Name of publisher: Kregel Publications
Genre: Christian living – women’s issues
About the book:
Sheila Wray Gregoire takes a candid look at the stresses that can overwhelm both at-home mothers and those juggling careers, and offers fresh, simple strategies for change. There are plenty of books on housework, relationships, self-help or finances. What sets To Love, Honor and Vacuum apart is that it addresses the key factors in family life as parts of the whole rather than in isolation.
How did you find out about the book?
The Word Guild
What did you like about it?
I found it balanced and practical, and Sheila’s friendly style made her words feel like a long letter from a caring mentor rather than a textbook of advice.
Who do you think would most benefit from reading this book?
Women who live with those lovable-but-stress-inducing beings: men and/or children. There’s a special chapter for homeschoolers.
Where can others find it?
Any other comments?
I read this book a few years ago and it’s definitely time for me to re-read it!
Thanks for your recommendation, Joanna. I, too, read this book a few years ago and agree it’s time to read it again.
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