If you sometimes feel overworked, overtired, and stressed by the demands of your everyday life then this book is for you. It is a compilation of letters written originally to mothers all over the country. The concerns are the real concerns of real people just like you. And if your life is going along very smoothly, it is still a great read.
Imagine seeing every day in a very new way; seeing the ordinary become extraordinary; seeing annoyances become unexpected possibilities for joy. How is this possible? The key is in the questions we ask ourselves.
Open the book to any page and begin. There is no set way to read it. Read a page a day, or all in one sitting. And then bring the questions you have discovered into everyday life, and your everyday life will change in rich and wonderful ways.
Barbara Luehring has had a very eclectic career. She mined gold in Bolivia in the 60's, had a nutrition company in the 70's and ran a heavy construction company in the 80's. In the 90's she began teaching high school. She also wrote her first book, What If. She also wrote For Mothers and Others, but never had time to publish it. She then wrote Play Better, Live Better about a new way of coaching developed by renowned tennis coach David O'Mears. In 2003, while continuing to teach she became a pool contractor and Vice-President of an award winning Exterior design/build company called Lucas Lagoons, Inc. Today she continues to teach, run Lucas Lagoons, write and play tennis in Sarasota, Florida.