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Tens of thousands of women in the U.S. and Canada have laughed, wept, and learned together at Time Out for Women events. Now you can share the spirit of those occasions with this Time Out mini-book. Confessions of an Unbalanced Woman shows what we can do to keep our perspective clear and get our priorities straight when we just don't seem to have enough time or energy to get everything done. Perfect for someone who needs a quick boost!
- Published: June 2006
About the Author
Learn more about Emily at EmilyWatts.com
Emily Watts is a lover of words. A graduate of the University of Utah, she has been an editor for Deseret Book Company for more than thirty years, much of that time working from home part-time so she could devote most of her attention to her husband and their five children. She is now a senior editor at Deseret Book. She loves serving in the Church and has spent most of her adult life teaching in the various auxiliaries, but her favorite calling is as a grandmother. Emily and her husband, Larry, live with their family in Taylorsville, Utah. She is the author of four inspirational books: Being the Mom; Take Two Chocolates and Call Me in the Morning; Confessions of an Unbalanced Woman; and I Hate It When Exercise Is the Answer.
by Jennifer - reviewed on June 26, 2006
This was a great book!! A must read for all women. It really helped me look at things differently in my life. Thanks for the inspiration!
a great quick read
by Customer - reviewed on September 12, 2008
She make me laugh, it was like spending an hour with a great friend who just needs to talk.
A spiritual life-preserver
by Naiah - reviewed on July 12, 2006
This is the perfect book for the sister who feels a little outpaced by life--the sister who is so overloaded that, as much as she would love to or as badly as she may need it, just doesn't have the time to take in a full-length inspirational book. For all its profound insight, delight, and good advice, it's a quick and easy read. , It's like those little, round life-preserver rings on boats that they throw to someone who has fallen overboard. Really, this book makes a good one of those, even if you only have to throw it to yourself.
A funny, laugh out loud look at an unbalanced life!
by Lee - reviewed on October 21, 2006
I just finished Confessions of an Unbalanced Woman and loved it! This book made me laugh (out loud) at my own unbalanced life. Emily Watts's use of real life examples and humor hit home. I have recommended this book to several friends and co-workers. I too am a fourteen-towel woman in a ten-towel-capacity life!
True Life experiences
by Natalie - reviewed on October 04, 2008
I liked this book because it is a short read and funny. I can relate to this book. This book also has good sound advice.