— Help for Busy Moms by Mary May Larmoyeux —
Reviewed by Amy L. Loos – Armchair Interviews
Author Mary May Larmoyeux packs a powerful punch with her small, concise book, Help For Busy Moms- Purposeful Living to Simplify Life. Her book opened my eyes to God’s word on my responsibilities as a godly wife and mother, allowing me the opportunity to rethink my daily routines to better impact my husband and children.
In fact, in the first few pages Ms. Larmoyeux gently reminds us that “Scripture tells us that we should honor and respect our husband, manage our homes well, and live in such a way that our children will recognize that our strength comes from the Lord–not from ourselves.”
Let’s face it ladies, it’s near on impossible to be the perfect wife and mother. We try, don’t we? So many of us, myself included, work day in and day out to reach a standard that the world sets before us, leaving us frustrated, angry and bitter. It’s a constant, difficult struggle to find balance in our personal lives and meet the needs of those we love most. However, in Help for Busy Moms, we are ushered into a world of possibilities in time management which allow us the opportunity to refocus our relationship with the Lord, which in turn directly shape’s the way we live our lives and how we treat those around us.
Within each chapter you will find bible verses as well as “Questions for Purposeful Living” that will encourage you to slow down and make time for the Lord, to listen to what He’s really calling you to do with your time and efforts. Scattered throughout this helpful guide you will find tons of helpful tips that will enable you to streamline your busy day allowing you ample to reconnect with your Lord and precious family.
If you’re feeling like you need a little bit of guidance, words of encouragement or a few quick tips that will help remove the stress you’re feeling in your daily life, I highly recommend Ms. Larmoyeux’s Help For Busy Moms – Purposeful Living To Simplify Life.
Armchair Interviews agrees.
From our armchair to yours…