I REALLY wanted to like this book and was looking forward to hearing about the 'tools' the author, a working mother and wife, found to stay present and balanced but it just didn't deliver for me. The best part of the book was about the priest/congregation story and metaphor about 'taking down chairs' which is one that Ii will continue to ponder and take forward. Aside from that story, which was told in the first part of the book, I found listening to Shauna's issues and stress expressed in the narration both exhausting and stressful. She kept referencing the 'restart' that she looks forward to doing each July, but instead walking through what this process is or looks like, she says that it begins with and is centered around her annual retreat to the Lake House. That instead in of sleeping in her jeans, buying pajamas is a way to make you feel more balanced and centered (what?). Unfortunately I couldn't relate to her strife. Finding balance by going less vacations, having less parties, less video shoots at her beautiful house and turning down career-making, high paying jobs wasn't a life I that I could find relate. On a positive note, for me her book reinforces and outlines that it comes down to the basics: Being grateful, taking time for yourself (meditate, work out...whatever), knowing your boundaries and living within your means both with time and money, and not stressing over the small stuff. Thank you for the reminder.