The last 12 months have forced women to juggle more than they ever have. From COVID isolation to homeschooling their children to major work changes, the stress has had a real physical and mental impact. Mindset and lifestyle mentor Naomi Dyer has written a new book to help women everywhere reboot their lives and Start Living – from Frazzled to Fabulous.
“My goal with the book was to take the lessons of our lives interruptions, disappointments, and catastrophes – like this pandemic – and find the lessons that can help us really start living,” says Dyer.
Dyer is a mum, wife, daughter, global speaker, and successful network marketing business owner who survived a horrific battle with cancer and “botched” operation that resulted in this then-professional-singer losing that gift and having to learn to sip water from a spoon.
Start Living – from Frazzled to Fabulous, Dyer’s new book, is a step-by-step reboot guide for overwhelmed mums and busy career women to have that defining moment, to find themselves, reconnect with their dreams, and embrace a positive sassy mindset. It will move them from feeling frazzled to fabulous and be the tool that will help them regain their identity and live a happier, healthier life.
Dyer includes exercises to assist with that defining moment and the very tools she has in her own home, as well as tips on how to handle naysayers when creating a business or learning how to block the judgments of others.
“Through my own medical crises and lifetime tragedies, I found tools and techniques that I could use to help me manage emotions, to calm, to uplift, for sleep, for clean living, and, ultimately, ensure that everything I had in my path was positive and uplifting. It’s not easy when, as mums and career women, we are simply trying to do our best, and avoid mother guilt or the judgments of others.”
Access a free Kindle-edition review copy of the book at https://amzn.to/3o78Bl5.
Naomi Dyer empowers overwhelmed mums and busy career women through easy-to-follow information, advice, tips, techniques and tools to regain clarity, rediscover their own identity and cultivate a happier healthier home.
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