Many parents are juggling work, family, and passions, and it can often be overwhelming. Author, business owner, and mother of free, Lara Casey wants you to know that you too can cultivate a wonderful life, without being “perfect.”
Cultivate a Flourishing Life
Lara’s new book was written as part practical guide, and part encouragement anthem for families everywhere. Her book offers wisdom through God’s word, as well as lessons Lara herself has learned. She has also woven her personal story throughout to help readers let go of the pressure to be perfect. Lara wants to give us the freedom to stop planning and start planting a meaningful legacy for our families.
Cultivate will show you:
- letting go of perfection and allowing yourself to make imperfect progress is okay
- you don’t need to be perfect to lead an intentional life
- you can be happy and flourish one small step at a time
- embrace the season you’re in, find balance in your life scenarios and communities where you are planted
I can relate
I can certainly relate the Lara’s ideals. When I first became a mom, I was so worried about being the best mother in the world. As my son grew, and I got older, I learned that I don’t need to be the best mother in the world. I only need to be the best mother to him. This journey we’re on called life is anything but perfect. I learned that fairly early on, when it seemed like anything bad that could happen to a family, happened to ours. My husband and I both have learned to roll with life’s punches. We’ve learned that just because our marriage or family dynamic isn’t like everyone else’s, it’s wonderful for us, and that’s all that really matters. Once you learn to not compare your life to everybody else’s, you’ll be so much happier. After all, life isn’t a competition. It’s the pursuit of happiness.
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