Friday, January 18, 2013

UNGLUED Devotional | Book Review

With the beginning of a new year I have stepped back and taken a look at how I handle situations.  I have a tendency to blow up or bottle things up.  It an either/or, never in the middle situation.  There is no middle ground when it comes to me getting stressed out.

I have been trying to work on finding a way to deal with my emotions and the unexpected.  It's not easy and I always feel like I am failing since I am not perfect.  The good part is I have found a book that has helped me on that journey called the UNGLUED Devotional by Lysa Terkeurst.

Most have heard of Terkeurst book UNGLUED but, she has now put together a devotional to accompany the book that will help you on your journey towards sanity.  I say sanity because, when I become unglued I feel like I have lost my mind.

I love what it says on the cover.  "60 Days of Imperfect Progress."  Terkeurst isn't taking you on a journey towards perfection and it helps knowing that.  Perfection is a lot to ask for and I know that I am not perfect. I can handle imperfect progress though.  I think that this is all I am asking for...progress.  Constantly moving forward.

Terkeurst has this set up as a quick and easy read for those 60 days.  Most of us don't have a lot of time during the day to MAKE the time for a devotional but, this is quick, easy and wonderful.  She starts each day off with a scripture verse then a thought for the day.  She goes into small discussion about the thought and finishes each day with a prayer to God.

I have just started on my journey of imperfect progress and I invite you to join me.  Whether you are a mother, wife, business woman, retired this book will help you work towards your imperfect progress.

*I was given a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher for the purpose of this review.*


  1. I got it for my kindle a few weeks ago-love her!

  2. I have UnGlued on my nook and it's wonderful so I just had to read the devotional to go with it. She is a wonderful writer.