Monday, November 30, 2015


The holidays can sometimes get you down. We rush and rush until life is not fun and compare the things we have/buy with others. It's silly. I just read the book I’m Happy For You (Sort Of…Not Really).
The author, Kay Wills Wyma,is a blogger, mother of five, and the author of Cleaning House. Before becoming a stay-at-home mom, she held super fancy positions at the White House, the Staubach Company, and Bank of America. I guess she has a lot to brag about.
This book explores the effects of living in a ridiculously competitive culture—and reveals simple yet effective ways to escape the comparison trap. Social media feeds, neighborhood gossip, and even in our homes, we compare ours vs. theirs too often. I like how this book offers ways to remedy the pressures of having to be better. We should be happy with who we are and love ourselves!

I's easy to say.
Find out more about this book on the official website, FacebookAmazon, and Twitter

Want a copy of this cool book of your own to read or know someone who could benefit from reading it?


Cindy o said...

Sounds very interesting! I would love to read your book!

Unknown said...

I would really love to read this book! Sounds rather interesting

Nancy said...

This sounds like a unique and interesting book.

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Emi said...

Love the title and the book is right on with how today's culture is.

Stacy said...

The social media aspect interests me as I find friends trying to have their whatever look like what they saw on Pinterest or Instagram.

Angie said...

This sounds like my kind of book!!!