Do you feel stuck in survival mode? Like you're constantly battling the endless cycle of clutter, clean, repeat? Does keeping up seem like too much, while time to yourself feels like an impossible dream?
There is hope.
In Home on Purpose: Mindful Living in a Hectic World, lifestyle blogger and author, Sharon Hines, reveals the most common reasons our home lives are so hectic, then teaches you how to go from chaos to calm.
As a wife and mother who found herself overcome with dread, Sharon tells how she went from having a breakdown to putting herself and her life back together again. Through stories that will have you laughing, crying or saying, "me too!” along with plenty of practical tips, she shares the art of intentional living with you so you can create the nurturing home you crave.
Sharon covers such useful topics as:
Taking Back Time
Boosting Your Energy
Awakening Your Inner Decorator
The space inside the four walls we call home is sacred and what happens there matters. It matters a lot. We can’t experience a true sense of home, or share that home with family and friends, if we’re trapped in a hectic world. If you’re ready to break free and start creating a home and life you love, this book is for you!
Sharon Hines grew up the oldest of four kids in a small house on Victoria Street in Houston, Texas. It was from the top of the metal slide in her backyard where she discovered her love of writing; spending afternoons making up poems, penning diary entries and crafting short stories.
Always fascinated by people and their culture, she majored in sociology at the University of Houston but, feeling limited by career options, ended up graduating with a bachelor's degree in Interdisciplinary Studies. After eighteen years of teaching elementary school, she left the classroom and pursued her childhood dream of writing and publishing.
A love of home, people, teaching and writing inspired her first book, Home on Purpose: Mindful Living in a Hectic World. Sharon also writes on her blog, Mrs. Hines' Class, where she teaches busy moms how to create a home and life they love.
Sharon resides in The Woodlands, TX with her husband where they are getting used to their newly empty nest. She considers herself an introverted extrovert who is partial to red wine and loves live music. Her home and the beach are in a tie for favorite “happy places” and she loves to laugh.
By using the "good stuff," i.e. nice dishes, fancy shoes, or your red lipstick, not only do you make a special occasion out of the everyday, but you don't have to find a place to store these items...just keep them with your everyday things.
Home on Purpose: Mindful Living in a Hectic World
Don’t put off until tomorrow what you could enjoy today