Motherhood to Otherhood Julia Roberts Book Trailer

Becoming a mother changes everything. One thing every mother knows is she can create a new life in nine months with a heady mix of commitment and focus, self-sacrifice and self-indulgence, awe, joy and inspiration. This time its personal, the new life is hers. Using the lessons learned from pregnancy and being a mom, Motherhood to Otherhood lays out plan and model from her own life that she can use to reclaim her time, find her center, and rediscover ambitions she forgot she had. Shell be expecting all right, expecting big changes in a short timeframe. And she knows it can happen, shes done it before. http://motherhoodtootherhood.com isbn # 978-0-7624-2957-8 genre self-help, life coaching for Mothers

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