Review of RAMSHACKLE GLAM,The New Mom's Haphazard Guide to (Almost) Having It All, Jordan Reid

The title of the book RAMSHACKLE GLAM are opposite words, but they can work together as Jordan Reid shows us in her book trailer right here, watch and you'll probably relate to what she is talking about: 



As a mom and wife where do you find the time and energy to be you, you know, that you that was before the baby?  I found this book to be a good read for myself, as a not so new mom, and  I would recommend this book for any new mom, having been there myself. 

What do you do when you become a MOM? It's all so new, exciting, scary, fun, eventful, downsides, upsides, and how do you deal with all of that and still be you. We spend so much time taking care of our babies, that where do we find the time for ourselves? But you can have the your glam, and the toys all over the living room. 

In the book RAMSHACKLE GLAM, the author shares her story and advice on: 

  • motherhood 
  • priorities
  • tips on relationships,
  • fashion-like how to look and feel dazzling during and after pregnancy,  
  • home decor
  • entertaining
  • post-partum beauty 
  • meals
  • living with toys in your living room,
  • dogs and baby
  • taking the baby out for travel, meals
  • meeting other moms. 
  • She shares about the love a mom feels, that love you never knew existed until you have a baby
  • and many more good advice and tips throughout the book 


About the author:
Jordan Reid grew up in New York City and lives in New York's Hudson Valley with her husband, their son, and two dogs. She studied cognitive neuro-science at Harvard University, worked as an actress for over a decade before creating her lifestyle web site RamShackleGlam.com. Her lifestyle and Diy expertise is often sought by brands and media outlets.

About the book:
Running Press
Paperback; $19.00 US/ $22.00 CAN
Full-Color Photographs Throughout
ISBN: 9780762453047
eBook ISBN: 9780762453054
Available April 2014

Disclosure: I received a copy of RAMSHACKLE GLAM,The New Mom's Haphazard Guide to (Almost) Having It All. The comments and views are my own.