Monday, December 1, 2008

Mother's Need Time-Outs Too - A Giveaway



Written by mothers for mothers, "Mothers Need Time-Outs Too" will help you create a happier, healthier and more fulfilling life for both you and your family. Find out how a little selfishness can give you a whole new sense of purpose and energy. Hundreds of real life stories and mom-tested tips demonstrate how taking time outs will transform your life.

You can purchase this at amazon.com and Barnes and Noble

One of my lucky readers will win a copy of this book. Here's how:

1. Tell me in the comments below what you do to take a "time-out".

2. The contest will run through Friday, December 5th at 11:59 Central Time. The winner will be chosen by random.org. They will be contacted through email. Continental U.S. entries only please.

3. Please leave a valid email address or other way to contact you. If the winner hasn't responded within 3 days, another winner will be chosen at random.

4. If you’d like a couple extra entries you can either:

  • Subscribe to my RSS feed or subscribe via e-mail – leave me a separate comment to let me know.
  • Mention this contest on your blog with a link back to this post, and leave a separate comment with the link to your post so I can find it.



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7 comments:

Tiff said...

When my husband comes home and after dinner. He takes the kids and lets me shut the door to our room so I can read for a little while. It's so nice to do something I want to do once in a while!

Tiff said...

I have subscribed!

onangelwings said...

I actually lock myself in the bathroom and stand at the sink reading. I know, it's not really a time out but the fan blocks out a lot of noise and sometimes it is the best I can do.

Other times like after the kids go to bed I blog, go through old pictures, read or play Webkinz for a few hours.

onangelwings said...

I subscribe by email.

Kalisha said...

It's funny to think that a mom would need a time out, but I have taken plenty. During a morning of unstoppable whining and crying I had to take a time out in the bathroom to just compose myself! I also like to crochet or blog when I need a break from the kids!

Jen said...

If I really, really need a timeout, I call a friend and we meet for coffee. Otherwise, for just minor "timeout" needs, I usually work out or do a scrapbook page.

Staci said...

My time-outs consist of sitting outside with a cup of coffee while the hubby is in charge for awhile. If I'm by myself, I'll shut myself in the bathroom for a minute or two.
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