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  • 1. Keely Nichols  |  September 28, 2008 at 7:29 am

    How To Be An Average Goddess is something every modern day woman should check out. If you are wanting to change your life, and are wanting something more than what you have but are not sure how to even begin to go about getting it – you need to check this book out. I found wonderful tips on ways to improve my health, manage my time, give back to the environment, and also to give back to those you love. And the best thing about it? It’s easy!!! I have printed this wonderfully helpful guide out, and have highlighted at least 7-10 items that I can begin doing right now. When I have gotten into those habits, I can throw in a couple more, and keep doing it until *POOF* I am the Average Goddess I always knew I could be!
    A coupe of points really stood out to me, and I would like to relay them now.
    First and foremost – Make appointments with yourself and don’t break them! This is absolutely one of my favorite tips mentioned in this book. Actually, it’s mentioned more than once. You will NEVER have time if you don’t MAKE time. I think part of being an Average Goddess is making sure you have qaulity time doing things with or for yourself and doing the things you love or want.
    Next point – Dress your age! I actually already do this, but it’s good to see it in this book. Nothing screams tacky like a 40 year old women wearing a too-tight-tee with a cartoon character on it. Gag! Also, you will notice that your pant size will magically go down a couple sizes when you make your way over to the right section. It’s amazing!
    Another great and very valuable point is this – Always be yourself, AND (very important so pay attention!) allow family members to do the same. What???!? I know it sounds absurd – but it is absolutely the truth! Love yourself for who you are, love your quirks and perks, and love those family members who you just “don’t get” the same way. God made us all different on purpose! Just because so meone is different than you are, doesn’t make them a bad person. Love them, learn from them, live your life. It’s a beautiful thing!
    There are so many other points I could mention, but then I would just be rewriting everything you already wrote. I feel that the title is very appealing, and makes you want to read it, as well as the headings of the chapters. For example, how DOES one slow the turning of the Earth, exactly? Hmmmmmm. I really enjoyed reading this entire book from top to bottom. I found it informative, insightful, helpful, simple, motivational, and funny. I laughed quite a bit while reading through all the points. You really know how to see humor in everyday life, and have a superb ability to relay it in a way that I grab a lesson from it as well. Anyone wanting to tap into the Average Goddess being hidden inside themselves, would do good to read this book. I loved it!!!


  • 2. Laura Sturino  |  September 28, 2008 at 8:49 pm

    I happen to love the idea of exercise preferences. I have to be to work at 6:15 a.m. after a 30 minute commute. I am not getting up at 3:00 a.m. to go jogging even though certain shoe companies have intimated that it is the correct and even fashionable way to start the day. I tend to enjoy exercise more as a way to unwind from stress in the workplace and feel much more limber in the evening. That point was only in the first section!

    What followed sounded like the to-do list in my head that I never consult – NEVER!

    So by the time I finish (and it takes almost no time – I loved that too) I am cutting each point out and making a deck that I can work from without being overwhelmed. Then I follow point number 100 and do point number 101!

    Some points I carry as reminders – like 9, 16, and 71.

    Thank you Average Goddess!

  • 3. Cali  |  September 29, 2008 at 2:18 pm

    One thing that really hit home was the ‘clutter talk.’ That and doing this thing called, oh what was it,… oh yeah, ‘talking’ with my husband. Last night I sat down at the dinner table with my hubby, pushed the mute button on the TV remote and proceeded to talk to him about the critical six list we should implement together. Of course I was met with this blank look of, “OMG she’s actually, *gasp* ‘talking’ to me.” But then after dinner he started to really jump on the bandwagon and is excited about it. Instead of feeling guilty about our ‘relaxing time’ on the weekend because we’ve got that pile of laundry to do and we need to vacuum and so on, we are going to implement a critical six list that HAS to get done before we can play. Once it’s done, we’re done working. So no more hemming and hawing about dusting the house and mowing the lawn. It’s the list, and then we’re done. This will give us more quality time together and will free us up to do the things we really want to be doing. Like checking out that cute little coffee shop I found in old town the other day or finally hiking that trail with the waterfall and rope bridge that we think sounds fantastic! Otherwise, what are we working for?? And after the conversation last night I realize that I need to be a better listener and communicator because I know that sometimes I’m only half-listening to what my husband has to say and that’s not fair to him. He always gives me his full attention,… I’m always trying to multi-task. I need to give him my undivided attention or he’s going to stop talking. This book is full of so many useful tips and reminders on how to live a more fulfilled life that there is really something for everyone. It’s something that I’ve printed off and that I’ll keep going back to again and again because it’s easy to get caught up in the rat race and forget what’s important,… being a goddess is not easy, but it doesn’t have to be hard either. A few small changes now, using tips from this book, will transform you in ways that you never could imagine!!

  • 4. Cassie  |  October 1, 2008 at 8:26 am

    I’ve only been able to read a little bit, but I printed it off and plan to read it on my plane trip to sunny CA!
    Kristy, your an amazing woman and I am so glad we “met thru the internet”! I cant wait to come back after my vacation and leave you a raving review!

  • 5. PaintandSoul  |  October 9, 2008 at 9:58 pm

    Kristy, our resident Average Goddess, is a creative genius. Just reading the table of contents made me smile and look forward to all of the fun and exciting advice I knew was ahead of me in the pages of her wonderful e-book. I really do think that in today’s world we’ve gotten used to not getting anything really worth it for free but this e-book is phenomenal! Clever, practical, honest, and entirely useful.

    I’ve printed several sections, marked out the things I already do, and put priorities on integrating some of the other things into my life. I personally decided to start with how to slow the turning of the earth, since time management is definitely the thing I struggle with most. So far it’s been a great ride, and I can’t wait to move into the other sections of the book. I also just can’t wait to see what other incredible things AG has to bring into my life. I am more than ready, after seeing how and Average Goddess life can be by reading this book, to be one myself!

  • 6. Chitra  |  March 23, 2010 at 8:16 am

    This is the absolutely best book I have read in like 10 years. And believe me I have read thousands of books.

  • 7. Greg  |  March 15, 2011 at 2:47 pm

    I clicked to the link but ther was only adds no e-book? What do I do. I teach yoga to empower people Adults Teens Etc….

  • 9. Bruce Williams  |  April 28, 2011 at 11:37 pm

    I just finished reading the book and got some practical actions to move forward! May I be an honorary “Goddess”?


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