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About the BookA practical guide to solving every mom's worries, doubts, and lack of time. Discover the secret of living your best life, guilt-free. You don't have to be perfect to be happy.
Book Synopsis★ 2020 Readers' Favorite International Book Award Silver Medal Winner ★You Don't Have to Be Perfect to Be Happy.
What if there are proven methods to prevent you from feeling depleted, anxious, and unsatisfied in times of crisis? Imagine you become confident about your ability to handle stress and pressure, know how to make wise decisions, and find solutions to your problems.
From an aspiring actress to becoming a pharmacy professor, Dr. Ivy Ge has transformed her life while balancing her role as a working mother. Using her life lessons as a new mom juggling work and school, she helps you navigate the complexity of motherhood in simple, meaningful ways. Read the reviews from working moms and see how they have benefited from Dr. Ge's real-life examples, great advice, and steps for applying that advice effectively.
If you have trouble handling difficult emotions or improving your situation, read this book to discover the answers featured on PBS, Thrive Global, Working Mother magazine, Parentology, and The Times of India.
In this book, you'll learn:
*How to overcome difficult emotions and make wise decisions
*How to handle adversity and overcome your obstacles using your hidden strengths
*How to look and feel your best regardless of your size and age
*How to simplify your life and get more done in less time
*How to raise self-reliant children and resolve tension in your relationship
*How to reverse engineer your life by going from where you want to be to where you are now... and much more.
GRAB A COPY FOR A FRIEND AND SHARE THE JOURNEY TOGETHER!The secret to living your best life is to focus on your strengths, not your weaknesses.
"The Art of Good Enough reveals how any woman can learn the secret to living her best life guilt-free. Ge's focus on persistence and methodology, combined with her reminder that childhood dreams don't go away when one has a family, are inspiring."
- Publishers Weekly
"Every mother, working or not, needs The Art of Good Enough. It's a primer not for perfection, but for ultimate satisfaction and a healthier approach to life."
- Midwest Book Review
"The Art of Good Enough is precisely the medicine that all mothers (and frankly, all women) really need! It is succinct, fun, and right on the mark!"
- Christiane Northrup, M.D., the world's leading authority in women's health and wellness, author of multiple New York Times bestsellers
"The Art of Good Enough by Ivy Ge is unlike any other guide I have ever read because it deals with the negative emotions every working mother can relate to. As you work through the exercises in this book, you gain insights that will give your mind and body a complete overhaul so you can become the best version of yourself and begin the journey towards self-acceptance and happiness."
- Reader's Favorite
"The mindset of being good enough is everything in our journeys as mothers. Dr. Ge shows us how we can all do it!"
-Nely Galán, New York Times best-selling author of Self Made, the former President of Entertainment of Telemundo television network
"I love Ivy Ge's take on motherhood, working, and staying human and full-souled."
- Susan Straight, National Book Award finalist, author of In the Country of Women
"In this cheerful and encouraging book, Ivy shares practical strategies for conquering your fears and getting more out of life. Read it for advice on thriving at work and at home."
- Laura Vanderkam, TED speaker, author of Off the Clock: Feel Less Busy While Getting More Done
"It's a spirited pep talk for working mothers, providing information and strategies to improve emotional, mental, and physical well-being. With a passionate and positive voice, Ge encourages them to give up "perfection" for "good enough." She includes bountiful tips on managing time and resources and breaks them down into easy, actionable steps. Overwhelmed women will appreciate these encouraging tips for pursuing personal goals and happiness."
- BookLife Review
"A gift for moms and women who question their self-worth and their being good enough. Uplifting, accessible, and powerful!"
- Elana Zaiman, author of The Forever Letter