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Beginning with a Scripture passage and ending with an action step and prayer, these 31 daily readings offer moms some inspiring stories, encouragement, and wisdom. Find the keys to being a happy mom even in the midst of your busy days.
Number of Pages: 208
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2015
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
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Mom, do you feel like you're running in ten different directions but getting nowhere? Are your kids driving you crazy? Does each day feel like a battle over screen time, homework, and eating anything besides chicken nuggets?
In 31 Days to Becoming a Happy Mom, Arlene Pellicane helps you get a grip and find your smile again. In her easy-to-read-and-apply guide, you will discover the keys to being a happy mom. Packed with encouragement, funny stories, and wisdom from experienced mothers, this book will change your home for the better...beginning with you.
As with Arlene's other extremely popular "31 Days" books, this one is divided into 31 daily readings, each beginning with a Scripture passage and ending with a doable action step and prayer.
"If you're tired of waiting on your children hand and foot, 31 Days to Becoming a Happy Mom will liberate you!"
Dr. Kevin Leman, New York Times bestselling author of Have a New Kid by Friday and Planet Middle School
"Unhappy mothers will likely have unhappy children. Conversely, happy moms normally have happy children. 31 Days to Becoming a Happy Mom is a practical, easy-to-read guide to growth toward happiness. You owe it to yourself, and your children deserve it. I highly recommend this book."
Gary Chapman, PhD, author of The Five Love Languages
"Moms, get ready to take a much needed break. Pick up this book to find refreshment and nourishment for your mommy soul!"
Jill Savage, CEO of Hearts at Home and author of No More Perfect Moms
"Arlene manages to make big ideas more approachable. This is a big-idea bookwrapped in plain language and real-life stories. This book continues the tradition of offering positive, powerful helpright where all of us need it!"
Dr. David and Lisa Frisbie, executive directors, Healthy Habits for Parents and Families
"31 Days to Becoming a Happy Mom is more than helpful. It is life-changing! Arlene knows how to be a godly, great mom and she shows you how to be one too. After reading this book, you and your kids will be a lot happier and a lot healthier!"
Dr. David Clarke, psychologist, speaker, and author of I Don't Want a Divorce and Married But Lonely
"Arlene is a bright light and in this book she will be your daily dose of encouragement as you seek to become part of the minority elite who've figured out how to mother the happy way."
Dannah Gresh, creator, Secret Keeper Girl®
"Why are moms today so stressed and overwhelmed much of the time? It's time for a revival of good old common sense in motherhood today. If you're ready to take mothering to the next level and joyfully accept God's calling for you, then read 31 Days to Becoming a Happy Mom. Arlene candidly gives you the tools you'll need to be the parent you want to be."
Dave Stone, senior pastor of Southeast Christian Church, Louisville, KY, and author of the Faithful Families series
"Happy, healthy, and heart-for-God kids are a reflection of a happy, healthy, and heart-for-God mom. Arlene loves being a mother and she loves equipping, encouraging, and empowering moms around the world to love God and love their high-calling. 31 Days to Becoming a Happy Mom is a must-read for every mom."
Pam Farrel, author of 40 books, including Men Are Like Waffles, Women Are Like Spaghetti
Missy4 Stars Out Of 5Good but...November 14, 2015MissyQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0Good book full of rich information, but each "day's" challenge realistically takes months to become habit. Needs more "meat" for larger goals. A fast read, but definitely a reread over and over for the areas that are needed most in your life. With additional reading elsewhere. A good starting place if you can't quite put your finger on where you feel "off" in motherhood.
Ifeoma5 Stars Out Of 5For all MomsAugust 15, 2015IfeomaQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I totally enjoyed this study devotional.
Arlene shares her own stories and understands what challenges young mothers go through. Her book touches many issues including gratitude, nagging, health, exercise, sleep etc.
Chapters are categorised into H Healthy
A- Action Oriented
I found these quotes from the book to be absolutely true
Sleep more be a nicer person. Pg. 36
Let go of replicating another moms experience. Dont be another familys play book. Pg. 62
Her book will make an excellent read for moms in all seasons. It is exciting, practical and fun to read.
Thank you Arlene, your gracious words, carefully written will be a blessing to many women.
heatherm5 Stars Out Of 5need to refocus? read this book!August 5, 2015heathermQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I first heard of Arlene Pelican when she was a guest on a Focus on the Family radio broadcast. She was sharing about her book 31 Days to a Happy Husband. While I feel like I have a happy husband and am a happy wife, I was not feeling as confident in the mom department. So I was intrigued when I heard about 31 Days to Becoming a Happy Mom. While I really want to feel more happy in my role as a mom, and have my interactions with my children marked by more fun and light-heartedness, that is not the focus of this book. I love that this book is about being intentional daily, one day at a time. Not perfection but purpose. The acronym is so helpful -
Yes - filled
Happy isn't about an emotion but an intentional way of approaching and living out each day. Reading one day at a time was totally doable for me as a mom of three - something I looked forward to and gave me one thing to focus on at a time leaving me confident and not overwhelmed. This book is not a formula or magic equation, it doesn't contain any brand new ideas or philosophies. This book is full of age old wisdom Arlene has gathered from many seasoned mothers and such a good reminder of how to keep the main things the main things and let go of the rest!