Monday, January 5, 2015

Hands Free Mama

I enjoyed Hands Free Mama because it was a different take on a lot of wise priorities as personal narrative.  I actually prefer a better blend of research/why kind of information and personal stories, but her stories are still very illustrative.  If I had to pick a bone, I'd say that she gets more emotional (on purpose it seems--designed to pull your heartstrings to wake you up I think) than I enjoy.  (I don't like being manipulated even though I appreciate her reasons.)

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