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First, the narrator of this book is one of the worst I've ever heard. She reads like she's performing in a middle school production of "Annie."
As for the book itself, I was very disappointed. I'm getting really tired of the message of "forget the dishes and just play with your kids!" While there may be some women out there still seeking perfection, I think those choosing this book already have a practical attitude, and we DO play with our kids. But the dishes can't just be ignored, and neither can the other million things required to maintain minimum living standards. What we are looking for are answers for how to make that happen.
Instead, this author offers pretty useless advice about things that can't properly even be called "habits." And all of her advice is supported by nothing more than anecdotes from her own family. They're not even interesting anecdotes.
Honestly, the only good parts of this book were the title and subtitle, which are enticing but deceptive.
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What would have made Hands Free Life better?
I found the narration was too animated for a non-fiction book. Also, there was little real content as far as help.
Has Hands Free Life turned you off from other books in this genre?
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Hands Free Life?
There were too many stories about the author and her children.
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