Stretched Too Thin

How Working Moms Can Lose the Guilt, Work Smarter, and Thrive

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"A lifeline of hope for the overwhelmed."--Jessica Honegger, founder of Noonday Collection and author of Imperfect Courage

As a working mom you can often feel like you're living stretched too thin. You want to thrive personally and professionally, but the day to day responsibilities and mental load can make that feel impossible. While periods of busyness are normal, if life feels overwhelming it's time for a reset. With compassion and encouragement, Jessica N. Turner shows you how to:

· work and parent guilt-free
· set achievable goals
· discover more flexibility
· establish clear work boundaries
· develop home management solutions
· become more efficient and less stressed
· prioritize self-care 
· invest in your marriage
· cultivate deeper friendships

Want to embrace your many roles and learn solutions that really work? Let Stretched Too Thin empower you to make changes and live with contentment.



"Jessica Turner has done it again! In her signature style that's both relatable and knowledgeable, Jessica has created a useful playbook for working moms who suffer from being stretched too thin. This interactive, delightfully written book is full of practical, doable steps that will help women live a more joyful, intentional, and enjoyable working motherhood."--Meredith Sinclair, Today Show contributor and author of Well Played: The Ultimate Guide to Awakening Your Family's Playful Spirit

"Stretched Too Thin is an eye-opening guide on hitting the reset button, filtering through the 'busy-ness' of life, and focusing on what really matters. With just the right mix of research and story, Stretched Too Thin will resonate with every working mom who has ever wondered, Is there a better way?"--Nicole Feliciano, author of Mom Boss: Balancing Entrepreneurship, Kids, and Success

"Jessica is the working mom girlfriend we all want because she both gets what it is like to be in the trenches and has tons of answers. Stretched Too Thin's pages are filled with fresh insights and poignant stories, all offering a lifeline of hope for the overwhelmed. A must-read book."--Jessica Honegger, founder of Noonday Collection and author of Imperfect Courage: Living a Life of Purpose by Leaving Comfort and Going Scared

"What does it mean to let go of guilt, to work smarter, to thrive? While I've been given simple answers to these questions, I've never read anything as practical and empowering as Jessica's book. Her honest words connect deeply with the frustration and exhaustion I feel as a working mom. This book is going to change lives!"--Lisa Leonard, entrepreneur and founder of Lisa Leonard Designs

"As a full-time working mom of three kids twelve and under, I've basically been stretched too thin for a decade. This book, like Jessica herself, is the kind and practical friend that tells you you're going to be OK. With tips, stories, and encouragement from her own life as a working mom, Jessica reminds us of fresh ways to find margin in our days and joy in our callings."--Lisa-Jo Baker, bestselling author of Never Unfriended and Surprised by Motherhood



Jessica N. Turner is the author of the Wall Street Journal bestselling book The Fringe Hours and the founder of the popular lifestyle blog The Mom Creative. An award-winning marketing professional and speaker, Turner has been featured in numerous media outlets, including The Today Show, O Magazine, Pregnancy & Newborn Magazine, Better Homes and Gardens, and Inc.com. She and her husband, Matthew, live with their three children in Nashville, Tennessee.


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"Jessica Turner has done it again! In her signature style that's both relatable and knowledgeable, Jessica has created a useful playbook for working moms who suffer from being stretched too thin. This interactive, delightfully written book is full of practical, doable steps that will help women live a more joyful, intentional, and enjoyable working motherhood."

Meredith Sinclair, Today Show contributor and author of Well Played: The Ultimate Guide to Awakening Your Family's Playful Spirit

"Stretched Too Thin is an eye-opening guide on hitting the reset button, filtering through the 'busy-ness' of life, and focusing on what really matters. With just the right mix of research and story, Stretched Too Thin will resonate with every working mom who has ever wondered, Is there a better way?"

Nicole Feliciano, author of Mom Boss: Balancing Entrepreneurship, Kids, and Success

"Jessica is the working mom girlfriend we all want because she both gets what it is like to be in the trenches and has tons of answers. Stretched Too Thin's pages are filled with fresh insights and poignant stories, all offering a lifeline of hope for the overwhelmed. A must-read book."

Jessica Honegger, founder of Noonday Collection and author of Imperfect Courage: Living a Life of Purpose by Leaving Comfort and Going Scared

"What does it mean to let go of guilt, to work smarter, to thrive? While I've been given simple answers to these questions, I've never read anything as practical and empowering as Jessica's book. Her honest words connect deeply with the frustration and exhaustion I feel as a working mom. This book is going to change lives!"

Lisa Leonard, entrepreneur and founder of Lisa Leonard Designs

"As a full-time working mom of three kids twelve and under, I've basically been stretched too thin for a decade. This book, like Jessica herself, is the kind and practical friend that tells you you're going to be OK. With tips, stories, and encouragement from her own life as a working mom, Jessica reminds us of fresh ways to find margin in our days and joy in our callings."

Lisa-Jo Baker, bestselling author of Never Unfriended and Surprised by Motherhood


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    Jessica N. Turner is the author of the Wall Street Journal bestselling book The Fringe Hours and the founder of the popular lifestyle blog The Mom Creative. Additionally, she is an award-winning marketing professional, sought-after...

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