As women juggle family and work in the present age with increasing demands on their time and resources, a book like ''Don''t Sweat the Small Stuff for Women- Simple and Practical Ways to do What Matters Most and Find Time For You'' helps women to cope with issues closest to their hearts and life. It does not matter if one is single or married, working or a stay-at home mom, a student or a live-in partner, we all have faced or are facing some issue or the other in our lives. The changing times and the new paradigm shifts in relationships, study and at work leave us often confused and overwhelmed. In every sphere of life we are now faced with chioces which our mothers and grandmothers probably never had to face. Our daughters and sons are already facing a different scenario from what we faced while growing up. This book answers most of the questions in a friendly way that we women asks ourselves and whenever we need to seek answers to life''s problems - be it relationships, children, money, time for ourself or whatever that comes up. It is a collection of 100 short essays that can be read sequentially or at random. It helps the reader to focus on what is really important in life instead of being sucked into the same issues time and again.
The tone is lighthearted and easy to read and makes the reader realize that she is not alone in facing issues in life as she can identify with women across the world. The book can be read by men as well if they are interested in finding out what issues are closest to their spouses, daughters, girl-friends, mothers, co-workers or any other women in their lives because whether they like it or not our concerns are different as well as our coping strategies too are different.Most of it is commonsense too but it helps to bring a perspective on life and it takes away the blues. Sometimes it feels as if a friend is talking to us. It actually helps us to see the larger picture in life instead of getting sucked into petty issues and helps us to avoid ''sweating the small stuff '' in life. It is a good book to keep on one''s bedside table and pick it up and read it at random. It will perk you up and just might answer some question that you have been trying to cope with that day.