People are talking
Excellent questions, great insights and things we all need to remember. This book gives so many ‘yes!’ head-nodding moments. It is poignant, transparent and powerful.
— Jessica M.
Her writing style is just like her person. It’s her conversation and familiarity and humor by opening herself up and presenting truth - raw, human, heart and soul exposed. It is like sitting down and having a REAL conversation with your best friend (because nobody else is going to expose their heart and soul to that degree). The here-you-go-realness-and-I-hope-my-story-can-help.
— Susan F.
Reading Lynn’s words will make you laugh, cry and recognize that we're all in the same boat, whether you're a brand new mom or you've been around the block a time or two. In short, I found myself reflected in her story. This is not a 'let-me-tell-you-how-it's-done' kind of book. The Perfect Cupcake is mom-ing, sisterhood and solidarity in a delightful, easy-to-read and hilarious memoir about a pivot in priorities following a completely unexpected 'curveball'. It's absolutely a must read and must share for moms of any age, phase or situation!
— Leslie J.
my 9 ah-has
becoming open, opens you to becoming real
awareness must come with self-acceptance (as in super glued together)
If you want to change your life, change your beliefs.
My illusions had become claustrophobic and I didn’t even realize I was confined.
“instead of being your thoughts and emotions, be the awareness behind them.” Eckhart Tolle
These two words: self and care, come as a package. Not some quaint concept. Essential.
the journey to the other side of judgment is paved with fortifying vulnerability.
“don’t believe everything you think.” byron katie
but if your heart speaks…listen up