“I think this should be a must read on everybody’s list." — Tracey Frazier, NW Georgia (Housework Haters Club)
"I think this book might just have changed my life." — Amazon Review
“One of its subtitles should be “Life 101″.
I haven’t learned so much helpful, useful information from a book in a long time.” — Fixing My Thoughts
“I love this book! Combining Bob Hope’s philosophy with Eastern spirituality with the pursuit of thinner thighs, all in the service of getting the housework done with peace and grace - it’s just awe-inspiring... and soul-satisfying!” — Jill Bailin, New York
"Utterly scrumptious ideas on surviving the daily drudge." — Alison, Brocante Home
The only book I know that addresses the sometimes joyless and unprecedented challenge that is being a modern female with a home to keep” — Alison Bayne, Mumtopia
“Very motivating!...wonderful and chock full of inspiration and useful info.” — Kris Wise, Manchester USA
“A uniquely valuable insight.
It has already raised my confidence and morale and housework is no longer a bugbear.” — Amazon Review
“No-nonsense, humorous and insightful” — Amazon Review
“This isn’t a book of tips and tricks to clean your home, but about an attitude change.
It’s a wake-up call to your psyche – and it works!” — Susanna Duffy
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About the Author
Danielle Raine was born and raised in Yorkshire, England.
After working as home-based graphic designer and copywriter for 11 years, she developed a severe case of the Housework Blues.
This prompted her to embark on a mission, to help women everywhere cope with the mental and emotional challenge of keeping a home.
Housework Blues - A Survival Guide is her first book.
She currently lives in North Yorkshire, with her wonderful (but messy) husband and two sons.