Last month I read "Grace, Not Perfection" by Emily Ley with my Mastermind Mamas and I thought it was a brilliant book (I told some of my British friends that I was going to start using that adjective more often). The ideas in this book are things that NEED to be heard by a lot of women out there. But, to be honest, I’m not one of those women. I spent a lot of my time reading thinking, “I’m not like that.” Or, “I don’t do that.” In this book, she outlines typical ways that a lot of women strive to get things perfect. Mothering, keeping a tidy house, finding work/ life balance. And she suggests ways that we need to have grace with ourselves. Again, brilliant.
But this grace thing is something I’m already pretty good at.