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Life is Too Short




Life is Too Short Collection
Looking for a little kitchen table wisdom, with a side of humor?
Enjoy popular speaker and author Connie Sokol’s latest collection of humorous columns on surviving and thriving being a woman, wife, and mother. A former contributor for Deseret News, Utah Valley Magazine, and a current blogger for KSL’s “Motherhood Matters” blog, Mrs. Sokol shares her favorite life pearls in this hilarious yet helpful trilogy.
Life is Too Short Trilogy combines three individual books, updated and revised:
Life is Too Short for One Hair Color
Life is Too Short for Sensible Shoes
Life is Too Short for Linoleum
Get an upbeat and refreshing read through Mrs. Sokol’s humorous experiences that teach successful life tips. Learn simple solutions to marital problems. Laugh at relatable “mother moments.” Rediscover how to be and share your unique self. Delight in filling your well and finding joy again as a woman, wife, and mother!
For some laughter therapy read this book!
I LOVED the funny stories in each chapter followed by a LIFE TIP to help you put into practice the things you just learned…and as an added bonus…there is a BOOK PICK to further your enlightenment on the subject.
My Review

This is a collection of short, inspiring essays that will leave you wanting more. Each essay fits into one of three categories (Woman, Wife, or Mother) helping you to enjoy your journey through each of these 3 aspects of your life. These essays are filled with humorous true stories from Connie's own life and inspiring advice helping you to want to be a better person and also to know that you are okay just as you are. I loved reading each and every one of these stories, they left me wanting to read more of Connie Sokol's books. Can't wait to read the next one! 

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Author Connie Sokol
Connie Sokol is a mother of seven, a national and local presenter, and a regular speaker at Education Week. She is a monthly contributor on KSL TV “Studio 5,” and regular blogger for KSL “Motherhood Matters.” She is a former TV and radio host for Bonneville Communications, and columnist for Deseret News and Utah Valley Magazine. Mrs. Sokol is the author of several books including the award-nominated romance Caribbean Crossroads, the 8-week Challenge program of Faithful, Fit & Fabulous, Life is Too Short for One Hair Color Series, as well as talk CDs and podcasts. Mrs. Sokol marinates in time spent with her family and eating decadent treats.


Find out more about Connie Sokol: Website / Facebook




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