"Martha, Martha, you are anxious and troubled about many things." -- Luke 10:41
Tami Kiser understands the demands of motherhood. She's a busy mom of nine who juggles teaching at her children's parish school, volunteering at her parish, running a household, and many other responsibilities. Her "Smart Martha" seminars have helped thousands of women balance their priorities so that they still have ample time for Jesus throughout the day.
Become more spiritually focused, more holistically fulfilled, and more mentally prepared than ever before. Discover practical tips that will help save time and your sanity. Learn how to:
- Approach every "Martha" task with a "Mary" attitude.
- De-clutter your children's toys for faster cleanup and more meaningful play.
- Manage technology to enhance your family's spiritual health.
- Create mealtimes that nourish both body and soul.
- Tackle household chores as a family.
- Foster spiritual beauty in your children.
- And much more!
Your maternal instinct -- as well as constant demands from family members -- may call for a "Martha" mom, but trust in the Lord that they need a "Mary" mom, too.
"As a big fan of Tami Kiser's 'Smart Martha' tips and techniques for years, I'm thrilled to find all of her words of wisdom compiled into book format. With Smart Martha's Catholic Guide for Busy Moms, Tami gives moms practical solutions for managing their homes -- but more importantly, for nurturing their souls and familial relationships. From prioritizing family dinners to organizing your home and schedule, Tami gives moms the tools they need to help themselves and their families live happier, holier lives." -- Lisa M. Hendey, author of The Handbook for Catholic Moms
|Publisher:||Our Sunday Visitor, Publishing Division|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||3 MB|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I am very dissappointed by this book. THis book could not have been written bvy anyone elese but someone rich enough to send her children to music, piano, and dance lessons as well as teaching them. Poor poor author. In these days of high unemployment, was the author going to and from two jobs? Was her house foreclosed? Did this woman really exercise Catholic principles of giving to the poor? No, instead this author just writes about how hard it is to be rich and catholic and have lots of children. Poor poor author.