1 Comment Madison_Hall on October 5, 2020 at 5:38 pm One of my favorite parts of the book is that Hollis talks about how she is unable to live her life without help. She’s very open about the fact that she has a nanny, a housekeeper, an assistant and people who work for her company. She also knows this isn’t a financial possibility for everyone. So she makes practical suggestions like asking your partner to watch the kids so you can train for that marathon, write that book, etc. She also talks about carving out time for yourself. There are ways to make things happen and we all have excuses when we fail.