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The UnWired Mom Choosing to Live Free in an Internet Addicted World Want to spend less time online and time engaging and enjoying your real life The UnWired Mom offers encouragement vision practicality and a two week challenge designed to equip you with healthy onl

  • Title: The UnWired Mom - Choosing to Live Free in an Internet Addicted World
  • Author: Sarah Mae
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 378
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The UnWired Mom - Choosing to Live Free in an Internet Addicted World By Sarah Mae, Want to spend less time online and time engaging and enjoying your real life The UnWired Mom offers encouragement, vision, practicality, and a two week challenge designed to equip you with healthy online habits so you can live fully present and purposeful in your real life.The premise of The UnWired Mom is not that the Internet is bad it is that we can enjoy it and uWant to spend less time online and time engaging and enjoying your real life The UnWired Mom offers encouragement, vision, practicality, and a two week challenge designed to equip you with healthy online habits so you can live fully present and purposeful in your real life.The premise of The UnWired Mom is not that the Internet is bad it is that we can enjoy it and use it without losing our lives to it The UnWired Mom is about keeping our lives full and whole and allowing technology to be a healthy part of that life instead of an unhealthy, consuming one The UnWired Mom, at its core, is about freedom.

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    1. All I can say is I needed this.The biggest takeaway for me staying home with littles will sometimes be boring That s okay most other jobs come with a dose of boredom, too But checking out online, ignoring work, isn t acceptable in other fields, so it shouldn t be in mine, either This book along with others I ve read recently, so clearly God s trying to drive the point home points to sacrifice as good and healthy and worthwhile.I m still working out how less screen time will play out for me, but [...]

    2. The subject matter of The UnWired Mom is definitely important for moms in this Internet addicted society but this book was like reading a blog I enjoy reading blogs but I was expecting depth I also cringed at the grammatical errors There instead of their Internet being capitalized in some chapters and not others But it did make me think about my priorities and I am glad I read it.

    3. A great book for me If you re having trouble, even if you don t want to take her challengee s got some great advice Be careful, it s a bit convicting, and you might just have to take a closer look at how you re living your life and where you re spending your timed why If nothing else, her suggestion of an app stayfocused has been a great service in my world

    4. I found this book much geared toward stay at home moms who have a blog but as a mom who works full time outside the home, I did find it useful I didn t fully follow her challenges, but kept them as things to consider incorporate into my life as they fit.I loved the guest chapter on what life was like for stay at home moms in the era before the Internet it made me realize how isolated I am in my own motherhood But, again, since I work full time it didn t really apply to me Still, I found it a w [...]

    5. While it wasn t great, it wasn t bad, either It was refreshing to read about a mom s true struggles with technology and be completely honest about her feelings She laid it all out there in a way that doesn t make the reader feel like a failure being in the exact same position Sarah Mae describes it perfectly when she shares with us her use of the Internet and social media as an escape from the relentless need of young children She also shares that we have forgotten the importance of real friends [...]

    6. I love Sarah Mae and I wanted to love this book Unfortunately it seemed to be like a collection of blog posts that were hastily gathered, sent to a publisher, and called a book It fell completely flat for me It s a shame, too It s a timely subject, and the issue of Internet addiction is a very real issue for many moms that needs to be thoughtfully addressed Instead, I felt as if Mae was rushing through anecdotes and advice as if she wanted to move on to something interesting I kept waiting for [...]

    7. Short, quick read worth it.Rated it 4 stars not because it is amazing, but because it is HONEST and is a topic that every parent needs to face It is hard to focus on my kids when there are so many interesting things happening in the world and I can connect to it with a click on the phone in my hand, but my kids need my full undistracted attention This book has helped me to become aware of how technology can interrupt relationships.Though I found it ironic to be reading it on my kindle

    8. Exactly what I needed to read and exactly what I didn t want to read Very short book, quick read, and SO where I am at right now with an internet addiction Haven t started the 14 day plan that is the second half of the book but intend to VERY SOON I want free time for my family and house, without the time warp that is the internet interfering Any friends wanting to get the book, read it, and go through the 14 day plan with me

    9. Encouraging HelpfulI found this book to be very comforting but also convicting I feel like I have been in the same place as the author describes herself with internet addiction It s good to know I m not the only mom who has struggled with this, and that there is something I can do about it I want to LIVE, and I am going to be putting into place many of her suggestions for doing just that Highly recommend this for anyone finding themselves online too much.

    10. Rather than being a Luddite treatise on getting rid of your computer, The UnWired Mom is a helpful encouragement to be aware of how you spend time and to take control of using the internet as a tool.I really appreciated the way the author Sarah Mae, the author of Desperate Hope for the Mom Who Needs to Breathe encourages readers to think carefully about how to use the internet Read my full review here

    11. In today s tech filled world, it s easy to get caught up in the non important things in life and forget about what really matters I love how Sarah Mae gently reminds us, through the telling of her own personal story with this struggle, that we are not alone and that we can CHOOSE a different life.

    12. This read like a blog post than a book It felt overly preachy to me, but some of it was helpful advice I do need to work on cutting down my online time it can be so easy to get sucked in to the internet vortex for hours at a time when you only meant to check your e mail and pop into facebook for a few minutes.

    13. I admit it, I am plugged in way to much I read this book about a year ago and was very encouraged to unplug and be intentional with my children I am about to read it all over again because of a few life changes has made me a bit lazy but now that everything is getting back into a routine I need the motivation to get back on my goals

    14. An average book Whilst it is an important subject matter the book was significantly lacking in depth or any real insight It was essentially a book of multiple blog posts The subject matter really called for depth to fully address the issues in a relevant manner

    15. The problem with having a job that you can do so much of online is that it can be extremely difficult to get offline or unwired too Hard to balance it all with family, etc This book really has some good practical advice, challenges, and helps to realistically put it all in perspective.

    16. I just finished reading it I haven t done the two week challenge yet, but I m already spending my time differently It is certainly great to know I am not the only person to be sucked into e time, as well as great to know it is something that can be overcome.The Internet is a tool

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