Doing It All Isn't Everything: A Woman's Guide to Harmony and Empowerment
Tired of "doing-it-all-to-have-it-all?" In a gentle and wise way, this book shows how women can become whole, authentic individuals who can create and lead harmonious lives--where multiple roles can be fulfilled--and provides the encouragement and tools they need to make sound choices about investing their talents, energy, and passion. "A beacon of common sense".--Dr. Judith Briles (Woman to Woman). (New Perspectives Press)
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