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    • ISBN:9781409170259
    • Publication date:25 Jan 2018

Project Me for Busy Mothers

A Practical Guide to Finding a Happier Balance

By Kelly Pietrangeli

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The essential go-to guide for modern mothers to take control of their busy lives.

Do the demands of motherhood tip you out of balance, leaving some parts of your life brushed aside? Are you pulled in all directions - never sure if anything you're doing is 'good enough'?

Project Me for Busy Mothers is the essential go-to guide for modern mothers who want to take control of their lives.

Become the expert of you and your family by doing the Project Me Life Wheel® assessment, then head straight to the life area chapter that needs your focus first - family, love, health, money, personal growth, productivity, work or fun. You'll soon gain a fresh perspective and become proactive about your own happiness.

Filled with practical strategies, guiding questions, inspirational accounts, and a treasure trove of recommended resources, this workbook and guide will motivate you to become the project manager of your life.

Biographical Notes

Kelly Pietrangeli is the Mama Motivator behind www.myprojectme.com, an online platform dedicated to inspiring and empowering mothers to find a happier balance by looking closely at what is and what isn't working well in their lives. Her tools and resources make it easy to take small steps that lead
to big results.

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  • Publication date: 25 Jan 2018
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  • Imprint: Orion Spring
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