Life is a lot like laundry. It can pile up quickly and, when neglected too long, can get really stinky. Society encourages women to do it all-offering advice and tips on how to prioritize and organize every area of their lives. But too often-just like laundry-the demands of life cause them to cram everything in together and what should come out as clean and dazzling ends up looking dingy-or worse, stained with regret, neglect, or frustration. In It All Comes Out in the Wash , Judi Braddy questions the idea that given enough time everything will eventually come out clean and challenges women to realize that the more they stuff into their lives, the less likely they are to be pleased with the way things turn out. With clever insight and relevant wit, she challenges women to step away from the spin cycle of life long enough to discover the difference between doing it all and becoming all God wants them to be.
Beacon Hill Press