As a newlywed with no kids, let’s just say I was skeptical that this book would be helpful to my life. Let me just start off by saying . . . I was wrong.
When I sat down at Starbucks (a nice peaceful alternative to my living room), I began reading the intro. She had me at "hello." Renee has a tone that will encourage you and make you feel like tackling your home is not an impossible task. I was expecting an “impossible” list of things to change, but what I wasn't expecting is that the list would start with me! Phase One is "Transform Self," Phase Two is "Transform Family," and Phase Three is "Transform Home." It's definitely not what I was expecting! The clutter in my house has always seemed to be an impossible task. My family teases that my Dad and I have method to our madness. And we do! It may be cluttered, but we know where things are. Unfortunately, because of this, there didn't seem to be much motivating me to change. And over the years it became an impossible task.
Even though my home is new to me, and my family is just my husband and I, it was incredibly helpful to begin to read about ways would could incorporate our future family into maintaining balance in our home.
This is definitely a book that anyone can read and anyone can relate to. No home is perfect. This book will help encourage you. It won't boggle you down, or make you feel guilty. Renee is there to walk along side you and lovingly help you feel like you can be successful at developing healthy living skills.
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1. The College Board will no longer offer SAT Subject Tests®.
2. The College Board will no longer offer the essay portion of the SAT® Test.
What does this mean to you?
1. Some colleges will still want some outside documentation.
High schools have
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