Monday, May 1, 2017

Oola For Women: Find Balance in an unbalanced world by Dave Braun and Troy Amdahl


Review:
Oola for Women: Find Balance in an Unbalanced World 
By Dave Braun and Troy Amdahl


I had recently heard about Oola from a Facebook group I am in. I don't believe in coincidences. So, I had just looked up Oola and all about the #Oolalife before I had a chance to review this book. When I got the opportunity to do so I jumped at it. I've been struggling with balance and juggling everything lately as so many women do. Mothers, career women, single gals, married women. It can be so hard to balance career, friends, our boyfriends/husbands/spouses, family, finances, and fitness. Some days it seems like we will never get anything done with a mile long to do list. So, when this book fell into my lap I knew it was just what I had been looking for. I mean who doesn't want more Oola. 

There are 7 areas of Oola:
Fitness
Finance
Family
Field
Faith
Friends
Fun

As I was reading the stories from different women I laughed and I cried. I could relate to so many stories in the book. They all touched my heart in some shape, way, or form. We all have different lives yet we all have so many parallels as well. And the biggest struggle is with balance. 

The chapter that touched me the most was the chapter on Oola Blocker Fear. If you've been reading my blog you know I suffer from anxiety. It's been apart of my life for so long and I feel like it's held me back from so many things in my life. Fear is my biggest Oola blocker. I let it stop me for so many years. And still do at times. I suffered with bad anxiety through most of my 20's. Some of these Oola's have helped. Fitness and Faith the most. As well as Family and Friends. 

The last section of the book is figuring out what you want to focus on and what Oolas you are out of balance with. I see the ones I've been doing well in and the ones that need some help. Then you can create goals around these different Oola areas. There are quizzes in the last section that help you figure this out and can help you narrow down your goals. 

This book is something I will be reading again and again. The stories touched me and I love that it gives you tools to put Oola into practice. 

Oola Life Here I Come! 




Oola for women is officially released May 2nd 
You can find out more here Oolalife

You can pre-order and buy the book upon release here Oola for Women

*I did receive this book for free to review. I was not compensated for writing this review and I am not affiliated with Oola Life. This is my honest opinion of the book. 


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