Filled with humor and I can relate life experiences, Faithful, Fit and Fabulous is the ideal 8-week life boost that will refresh any woman’s life. Gospel principles from scriptures, priceless gems from general conference addresses, and more, are shared along with ways to readily apply them in your busy daily life. Establish holy habits, feel fit and fabulous, and get organized. Just one goal a week for eight weeks simple and fun.
Connie Sokol is a mother of eight, a sought after local and national presenter, and a regular speaker at Education Week. She is a monthly TV contributor on KSL’s “Studio 5” and regular blogger for KSL’s “Motherhood Matters.” She is a former columnist for Deseret News and Utah Valley Magazine, and TV and radio host for Bonneville Communications. Mrs. Sokol is the author of several books including the award-nominated Caribbean Crossroads, Faithful, Fit & Fabulous, and Life is Too Short for One Hair Color Series, as well as the creator of talk CDs, podcasts and the “8-week Challenge.” Mrs. Sokol marinates in time spent with her family and eating decadent treats.
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"Faithful, Fit, and Fabulous" by Connie Sokol, is an 8 week program for self improvement following Christian guidelines. Each chapter takes a self-improvement topic, say: financial, physical fitness, marriage and family, organizational skills, and breaks them down into easy methods. She has stories, biblical and Mormon scripture for back up and reference. She then describes ways to manage life and strengthen characteristics as well as achieve goals in the areas. Each chapter also has "suggested goals" sections. The book is designed to be read one day a week and the rest of the week working on the goal (she suggests only one change or goal a week) and homework.
I read the book as intended and worked the program. (for the most part since I had pneumonia for about three weeks out of the 8, those three were a little loosely worked.) I felt the book was effective. I also liked how Sokol is a self-proclaimed B+ woman. She says that the woman should never get so caught up in achieving goals to perfection that she forgets how to enjoy them or to continue to remember others.
The draw back is that the book is LDS based; which is fine if you are familiar with it, but she makes references to people and readings without saying who the people are or where the reading is found. It will say Jacob 11:2, but not mention The Book of Mormon, which might leave some people confused. A little more explanation would make the reading experience more clear for a wider audience. The program however, is not LDS specific. The program would be effective by any Christian of whatever branch of religion. I received this book from www.iamareader.com blast giveaway.