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Mindset for Moms

I think Joyce Meyer calls it "Stinkin' Thinkin'". You know it ... all that negativity that floods your mind and thoughts. We all do it, at one time or another. The mind can be a bad place to reside. It can convince us our circumstances are insurmountable. The stresses of being a mom, thinking other moms "have it all" and "do it all" is one place where "Stinkin' Thinkin'" can certainly come into play.

When posting my Day in the Life post the other day at Simple Homeschool, Jamie Martin's new e-book, Mindset for Moms, caught my eye. I looked at what it had to offer and considered purchasing it for some reading on my iPad.


What is "Mindset for Moms"? Jamie Martin says this:

"In time I realized that much of my negativity stemmed from my thinking. I slowly discovered that my happiness had less to do with my circumstances and more to do with my thoughts about those circumstances. As I began to learn how to choose my mindset with more intention, I found that much of my life also started to change…from the way I felt physically, to the way I handled challenges, to even the home we now live in. Life isn’t perfect, but it is incredible. I want that for you, too."

This e-book is for purchase for only $5. I think that is an incredible bargain! Many days I scour the internet, reading blogs of other wives and moms, seeking their wisdom on how to be better at those most important jobs. Jamie gives you her thoughts, compiled on one easy, interesting, and inspiring read.

You can go here to read more about Jamie's e-book and to purchase it. Well, what are you waiting for?

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