Review of “Balancing it All”



If you grew up in the 80’s or 90’s, you probably remember watching Full House. As much as I love the show, I love the story of Candace Cameron Bure (D.J. Tanner) even more!

For several years now, I have been truly inspired by Candace and her love of God. After the release of her first book, Reshaping it All back in 2011, Candace has come to greater recognition in Christian circles.

“I’ve found that many times my life is out of balance and my priorities need to change because need to change.”

Candace’s newest book, Balancing it All, is her deeply personal story of how she has learned to juggle priorities throughout her life, from her childhood days on Full House, to being a stay-at-home homeschooling mom, to being a hockey mom/actress/charity advocate, and how her faith in God has changed everything.

When it comes down to it, if we were to only be friends with people who hold the exact same beliefs or opinions we do on everything, none of us would have any friends.”

Addressing topics as varied as marriage, parenting, working, and friendships, Candace brings a fresh perspective to finding balance. Not by doing less, but by doing the right things.

An easy read, Balancing it All is a book that will make you laugh and cry, all while inspiring you to seek God and bring balance and peace to your life.

“Life’s about choices and honestly, so is balance.”

I found Balancing it All to be both encouraging and convicting, and would give it an “A”.



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