Thursday, October 4, 2018

Read with Audra Blog Tour and Giveaway: Too Blessed to Be Stressed for Moms by Debora M. Coty

About the Book: 

Do you feel like you’re drowning in the everyday stress-pool? . . . Wish you could make busy-ness a business so you’d be a millionaire? . . . Welcome to the maternal order of slightly sagging sisters of the 'hood. The motherhood. With her own offbeat brand of wit and near-wisdom, popular inspirational humorist Debora Coty addresses heart needs of moms drowning in the churning stress-pool of busyness. In her beloved mom-to-mom, grin-provoking style, Coty offers empathy, laughs, real-life stories, practical parenting survival tips, and fresh biblical insights to help you hear Papa God’s still, small voice through life’s chaos. Whether you're struggling with stress related to attitude, time-management, guilt trips, patience, or something in between. . .this humor-filled volume will deliver a much-needed smile and equip you with simple-to-implement tips for attaining the peace we all crave—the peace that passes all understanding.

 To check out more about the book, take a listen and watch to the Author talk about the book:

 About the Author: 

 Debora M. Coty is a popular humorist, speaker, and award-winning author of numerous inspirational books, including the bestselling Too Blessed to be Stressed line. Deb considers herself a tennis junkie and choco-athlete (meaning she exercises just so she can eat more chocolate). A retired piano teacher and orthopedic occupational therapist, Debora currently lives, loves, and laughs in central Florida with her husband, Chuck, and three grandbuddies and one grandprincess.

 My Thoughts and Review:

 A Mom's life is always busy, probably filled with chaos of all kinds and sometimes stressed. Debora M. Coty created this book to help the Frazzled Mom. The book consists of 25 short chapters. At the end of each chapter are some questions. I felt "challenged" by the questions at the end of each chapter. Challenged in a good way and one that really got me thinking about how I handle stress and the busy life of being a mom. Being a mom of 3 Teenage boys, life can get VERY stressful!

The book taught me to look for the blessings in the stress, rather then always being stressed! I really enjoyed reading this book. I think it would also make a great individual study or devotional book.

 Book Rating: I give this book 5 out of 5 stars! GREAT Read!!

 Read the First Chapter here: 

 Where to Find Debora M. Coty Online:

 A GiveAway: 

 No one is immune to stress, least of all moms. That’s why Debora M. Coty, author of the best-selling Too Blessed to be Stressed series decided it was time to write an edition specifically addressing the stresses and needs in the daily life of moms. In Too Blessed to be Stressed for Moms (Shiloh Run Press, an imprint of Barbour Publishing), Deb offers empathy, laughs, real-life stories, practical parenting survival tips, and fresh biblical insights to help frazzled moms of all ages hear God’s still, small voice through life’s chaos.

 To celebrate the release of Too Blessed to Be Stressed for Moms and to bless a mom that needs to de-stress, Deb is giving away a “Take a Day for Mom” $75 VISA Cash Card. The card can be used by a mom for a day of pampering or just getting away and enjoying a day to herself. Do you need a day away or know a mom who does? (Is that a trick question?) Then, enter the giveaway and share it with all your friends. (Another little secret… you don’t have to prove you are a mom in order to win!) a Rafflecopter giveaway

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My daughter's are grown but yesterday was a little bit of an adventure. I took our oldest daughter to the Dr. so she could get a TB Test for her new job. We got over there and they said she had to come back in two days to get it checked(we knew she had to have it checked but thought a family member who's an RN could do it), she had to have it checked at the Dr. but has to work the day she's supposed to get re-checked so she didn't get it done. We stopped at the in-laws on the way back; our youngest daughter was going to pick her up there and they were going to meet a friend of theirs that night. She remembered she left some money in her car, which was at our house since I drove her to the Dr. We just missed our other daughter, who just left when we got there. She remembered she had locked her car(she had her keys with her) so called home to have her look for an extra car key that I thought was hanging on they key holder on the wall. She couldn't find it, so we came home(missed the IL's as they had to go help my husbands uncle who locked his keys in his car while he was in town). I looked in a cabinet and found the extra key! I put it on a key ring and hung it up with the rest of the keys. :)

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