As a busy wife, new mother, business owner, and designer, Emily Ley came to a point when she suddenly realized she couldn't do it all. She needed to simplify her life, organize her days, and prioritize the priorities. She decided to hold herself to a standard of grace rather than perfection. This mantra led to the creation of her best-selling Simplified Planner®, a favorite among busy women everywhere - from mamas to executives and everywhere in between.
Grace Not Perfection takes this message from a daily planner to an inspirational book that encourages women to simplify and prioritize. Designed with Emily Ley's signature aesthetic, this book gives women tangible ways to simplify their lives to give space to what matters most. With a focus on faith, Emily reminds listeners that God abundantly pours out grace on us - and that surely we can extend grace to ourselves.
Have you been told you can have it all, only to end up exhausted and occasionally out of sorts with the people you love? Are you ready for a new way of seeing your time? Learn to live a little more simply. Hold yourself and those you love to a more life-giving standard in Grace Not Perfection, and allow that grace to seep in to your days, your family, and your heart. Ideas include:
List making 101 - tips to create effective to-do lists and get through them one step at a time
Simplify your life by simplifying the three major areas: your space, your time, and your mind
Strategies to center your day around an intentionally slower rhythm of life
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By kalebandjonsmom on 08-08-2017
Good book but...
I loved the idea of this book. Once I started listening to it, it seemed like a billboard for the Simplified Planner that the author created and sells. I honestly was tired of feeling like I needed to buy this planner.
I also feel the book is geared more for mothers with younger children.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
By Sarah Cresswell on 30-12-2016
This book has an important message. It's a message about giving yourself grace and that it's ok to not be perfect.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful