Recently I was asked to take part in The Fatigue Prescription Blog Tour and I just knew it would be a test that I would totally FAIL at because I’m such a busy women. Between four kids, one husband, one dog, one blog and taking care of so many things I am pulled in all directions and just knew I was a lousy busy mom.
I don’t like thinking I am going to fail at something or anything. I guess everyone feels that way but for me to read this book, take The Renew-O-Meter quiz I just knew I’d suck!
Turns out I was wrong. Ha ha, you thought I was going to say that I was right and I sucked and I needed to change my life.
Turns out I’m doing things right. *happy dance*
I scored a 33 which means “Superstar juggler. You’re doing great. Keep renewing yourself and others.”
I laugh a lot, learn new things all the time, talk to my friends, take risks, enjoy meals with my family, I spend time doing things I enjoy and I encourage my friends and my family. The only thing I didn’t do well with is overreacting to things which I do when I’ve reached my quota and have no patience left in me. *shrug* It happens even to the best of us.
So, are you on your last nerve and feel you are out of options? You aren’t! The Fatigue Prescription is what you need. Get the book. Read it, really read it and start making changes in your life.
More about the book:
Dr. Linda Hawes Clever's guide to getting fresh and staying fresh shows how you and your audience can be capable, focused, yes, fulfilled. With the holidays fast approaching, now is the perfect time for tips on how to plug the holes that drain your energy bucket, and what you can do to keep that bucket full.
The Fatigue Prescription is a DIY, interactive way to develop a life of meaning and even joy! Using quick self-assessments, informational charts, and sound advice from a physician who has “been there...”, it will help you and your readers/listeners reset priorities, stay healthy, regain vitality and regroup. You can also learn how to say “Yes” & “No” at the right time in the right way in your life and career. Linda outlines signs of trouble and tells what to do about them. She shows you how taking care of yourself is not selfish.
Thank you so much for making me feel better about myself and realize that I’m not a failure to my family and friends. I encourage all to try this book out! You can even check The Fatigue Prescription out on Facebook.
**I wasn't paid to post this and the opinions expressed belong entirely to me, Michelle Lee. I was sent a copy of the book for FREE so I could share it with you. Thank you for an amazing helpful book!**