The 500 Hats of a Modern-Day Woman (Book Review)

cover graphic for The 500 Hats of a Modern-Day WomanBalance. Juggling multiple roles. The never-ending rat race.

The list of duties and responsibilites – the hats I wear on a daily basis – seems to get longer by the day.  Sometimes it seems as though I simply can’t do it. I can’t go on one day longer. I can’t homeschool my kids. I can’t be maid+chauffeur+cook+laundress+business woman+church pianist+…

Joyce Ellis has been in my shoes. And she has been in your shoes. See, being a woman automatically means wearing an outrageous number of hats. There’s simply no escaping that fact.

Written with warmth, empathy, and humor, 500 Hats takes you to the mirror and helps you examine the various hats you have to wear. This is no quick and shallow examination, though. By the end of the book, you’ll most likely have discovered how to wear several of your hats more gracefully and with less stress. And, as you know, less stress is something for which nearly every woman seeks!

I really enjoyed the questions and discussion section at the end of each chapter as well as the points to ponder. I think this would be a lot of fun to study with a group of close friends or some other type of small group.

Revka’s Rating: A

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About the book: Strength for Today’s Demanding Roles

500-hats-authorIn The 500 Hats of a Modern-Day Woman you’ll find strength, purpose, and perspective to balance your many roles-and gain insight into the roles of women around you. With honesty, humor, and practicality, Joyce Ellis helps you see how your roles can fit together to make a difference in your world. Questions for reflection or discussion at the end of each chapter make this book suitable for book clubs and small-group Bible studies as well.

Purchase a copy: http://ow.ly/ujOPt

About the Author: Joyce K. Ellis, award-winning author of more than a dozen books, speaks for women’s groups and retreats across the country and internationally. She and her husband enjoy reading by lakes and rivers and oceans, and spending time with their grown children and delightful, too-quickly-growing grandchildren. They live in suburban Minneapolis, Minnesota.

FTC-mandated notice: Litfuse Publicity provided me with a free copy of this book for review purposes.
My review reflects my own opinions.

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