Ainsley Arment spends this book encouraging you to drop your family out of much of the rat-race of modern life to live a calm life that prioritizes your children having time to run free and play without structure. She also strongly emphasizes you dropping out of the rat-race so that you have more time to spend connecting with your kids.

While the first half of the book felt strong, she delved into what I call magic “universe juice” ideas. This is when the author starts presenting ideas about dreaming big because magic rain will then come along and your dreams will happen.

If you read this, go for the beginning and once it gets to the dreaming part…put the book down.

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