Have More Fun: How to Be Remarkable, Stop Feeling Stuck, and Start Enjoying Life
Author: Mandy Arioto
Reviewer: Jeanette Perkins aka Beeba
Who doesn’t want to have more fun? But sometimes the routine responsibilities overtake our life and suck the fun right out. Mandy Arioto has written Have More Fun to inspire you to make some changes that will inject more laughter and adventure into your world. The pages are filled with suggestions and strategies to help you look at life in a different and sometimes unconventional way. Go puddle splashing on a rainy day, look up silly jokes to tell the kids at breakfast, turn off your phone from 9 pm to 9 am – you get the idea.
How do I get more done? Fun.
How can I find my purpose? Fun.
How do I adapt when things don’t go as planned? Fun.
How do I improve my marriage? Fun.
This book is primarily targeted at parents but the lessons could easily translate to grandparents. Arioto relies heavily on Christianity and spirituality for her fun philosophy. This would make a wonderful gift for a stressed out mom or dad who needs to Have More Fun.
About the author:
Mandy Arioto, as President and CEO for MOPS International, represents the voice of the organization’s 130,000+ mother members. A recognized speaker, Mandy addresses faith, modern motherhood, and cultural trends for both national and international audiences, and she has also been featured on MSN, Buzzfeed, Huffington Post, and USA Today. She and her husband are in the throes of raising three young kids to be adventurous, tender-hearted world-changers. Follow Mandy at www.mandyarioto.com and mops.org, and be sure to catch her Have More Fun podcast.
About the reviewer:
Jeanette Perkins is the grandmother of two adorable grandsons. She lives in beautiful St Pete Beach, FL. Jeanette is a product reviewer for GRAND and is looking forward to reviewing lots of new and useful products for all us grandparents.
If you have a product for boomer grandparents and or their grandkids, tell us all about it in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.