Book Reviews of Who Got Peanut Butter on My Daily Planner?: Organizing and Loving Your Days as a Mom

Who Got Peanut Butter on My Daily Planner?: Organizing and Loving Your Days as a Mom
Who Got Peanut Butter on My Daily Planner Organizing and Loving Your Days as a Mom
Author: Cindy Sigler Dagnan
ISBN-13: 9780736918244
ISBN-10: 0736918248
Publication Date: 7/1/2006
Pages: 240
Edition: 1
Rating:
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.
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4.3 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
This is a wonderful book for the stay-at-home mother. It provides practical, and achievable, tips for maintaining some sort of balance and order during the day-to-day grind of home-life. If you feel swamped and unappreciated as a homemaker, take a refreshing dip into Cindy Dagnan's world of peanut butter, planners, toddlers, sticky fingers, and the comfort of the Lord. You'll be glad that you did.
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This is an excellent book, which I recommend to any Mom who is thinking about staying home!!!!
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Funny and real life. Not too fluffy. If you're a mom you'll understand this one.
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Transitioning from career woman to stay-at-home-mom is (can be) one of the hardest transitions. And this author has done (is doing) it. She shares some of her secrets for success in this book. I'm sure there isn't one answer for this transition which works for us all, but if we read enough of these books, pulling a helpful hint from each along the way, eventually, we will cobble together our own version of successful stay-at-home mom.

I found this book to be helpful and a good read. It has a bit of a christian slant, but not so much that you can't slide past it if that is your preference. Not a library book, but one I picked up at the thrift store. I'll be listing it on paperbackswap.com. If you're a sahm mom looking for guidance, I do recommend this book.