Dana Bowman is the author How to Be Perfect Like Me and Bottled Up: A Mom’s Guide to Early Recovery. She was the 2016 recipient of the Kansas Notable Book Award, making her the only podcast guest to share that distinction with me. What else do we share? The experience of feeling a level of exhaustion with the goals we’ve set for ourselves and the need to find our way back into the work.
Links from the Pod
The highly competitive Kansas Notable Book Award!
Becky Blades episode #347, Start More than You Can Finish: Redefining failure
Dana: Vacationland, Meg Mitchell Moore
Remarkably Bright Creatures, Shelby Van Pelt
The Perfectionist’s Guide to Losing Control, Katherine Morgan Schafler
Four Tendencies, Gretchen Rubin
KJ: The Society of Shame, Jane Roper
Mentioned: Life in Five Senses, Gretchen Rubin
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