Jan 26, 2021
Welcome to the Nancy Ray Book Club, where once a month I share a summary of a book worth reading and my top three takeaways from that book. Many of you have joined by 2021 Book Club and are already reading along with me this year. But if you haven't or if you just want to see my list of books I'm reading—I read 12 books a year, one a month—or if you want to join, you can always visit nancyray.com/bookclub, and I would love to have you. It's no pressure. It's come as you are read what you want, but I'm grateful to have you reading alongside me either way.
Today's episode is a recap of the very last book in our 2020 Book Club: Parenting with Love and Logic. We read it in December. It was highly recommended to me by so many friends, and it's already proven to be such a gift in our own family and my own parenting, as I am home a lot with my five-year-old and three-year-old and two-year-old. I hope today's podcast will be super practical and helpful for any moms and dads listening.
For the full show notes, head to nancyray.com/podcast/99.
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