SuperWoman asks women to ask themselves: Is my life today as I imagined it growing up? Is my life today as I wish it to be tomorrow? SuperWoman acknowledges that most women aren't living the fulfilled lives they may have imagined or still secretly desire (but wouldn't dare speak of). Kelly Wade Arnel takes her readers on a necessary journey to becoming super, from past to present, with six easy-to-follow steps. Every woman will relish the easy-to-integrate specific ideas she offers for improving physical relationships, having time, re-choosing a career as a Mom-at-Home or Mom-at-Work, falling in love again with the partner they knew for years, maintaining a tight-knit family, never fighting over housework or kids or STUFF again and just being absolutely, positively, super every day. Women will be drawn into Wade-Arnel's words and come to feel the comfort of chatting with a girlfriend on a park swing. Her ideas come from experience, education, research and, mostly, from the heart. SuperWoman is a must read for moms and moms-to-be everywhere with the will to be super!
|Publisher:||Just Love Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.60(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Self proclaimed SuperWoman, but far from super perfect, Kelly Wade-Arnel graduated from Miami University with a B.A. in English Journalism. She worked in Chicago, Philadelphia and Miami in advertising and marketing. She wrote Why Assume The Position in 2000 while pregnant with her first son and working as a freelance marketing consultant. She went on to write SuperWoman after having her second son and working part-time as a Director of Marketing. While taking care of her two young sons, step-daughter and husband, she is actively involved with various charities like Child Africa, Women For Women International, Big Brothers/Big Sisters and volunteers with her children's schools. She keeps her sanity with regular workouts of running, tennis, pilates and kickboxing.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I would highly, highly recommend this book to all moms. As a new stay at home mom leaving the working world was very exciting and a bit scary. I¿m so glad I read this book and got such great advice early on. Instead of being fearful of the change, I feel inspired by my new role.