This book is amazing. It not only provides excellent, practicle tips but it's well written and extremely engaging. I thought that his discussion on why we feel bad when we don't get things done is especially illuminating because it helped me to understand how to achieve the "stress-free" aspect of productivity. As a young working woman who is about to have a baby, understanding how to get more done in less time with less stress is important to me, and this book has definitely helped me to achieve this goal.
Even if you don't necessarily agree with his views, a very thought provoking examination of the mother-father/wife-husband relationships, toys and I especially liked his views on television. This book is worth it just to hear about why parents should not necessarily feel good about letting their kids watch "educational" programs between the ages of 2-6 (so much for Baby Einstein!).
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