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  • Maid well!

    5
    By RyahWood
    Excellent book! Thought-provoking while really interesting to read. The author does a great job showing (not just telling) you about her journey! While I’ve always been a neat freak, I’m going to be even more mindful of the condition I leave a motel room in! The author has definitely increased my awareness of the difficulties many women face when faced with limited options for supporting themselves and others. Thank you.
  • Whiny self-indulgent waste of money

    1
    By Jwcs2115
    Unapologetically narrates one irresponsible life choice after another. An insult to the working poor truly trying to do their best.
  • Great read, inspiring story

    5
    By JOJOWS
    I couldn’t put it down. This young mother was trying her best with what she was dealt and her gift of writing has brought us along for the ride. Been there as a single mother also. None of this is easy. No choice is easy.
  • Ms

    2
    By Mels1214
    While I really wanted to like this book I found it to ramble way too much. Much of it was overly descriptive to the point I found myself skimming. It did generate in me more empathy for those who need to utilize government assistance out of genuine need. Unfortunately we see way too much of the abuses of the system where I reside. The ending fell very flat. I was hoping for so much more from this book.
  • Much better options to root for...

    1
    By jeleigh22
    I love to cheer for someone that faces adversity and rises above, especially someone that’s faced a life that’s all too familiar. Unfortunately, this person is NOT Stephanie Land. I cannot tell you the number of times “I didn’t have a choice” is written in this book when clearly she did. I hope Ms. Land turns the critical eye she administered to others (soccer moms, single moms, elderly people, the Chef, etc) inward and gets to work taking responsibility for what she did with her middle class upbringing that took her down the path she chose. She could also gain perspective should she choose to bail on her self-imposed pity party and engage with those that are working hard for a better life. The only one I felt for was Mia... poor thing.
  • Maid

    5
    By blissfulherbs
    A well needed read. Thank you for writing it!
  • Not impressed

    1
    By Been single mom too
    I got tired of the author complaining about almost everything and everyone. She complains about not eating but then when she gets extra money she spends it on an on line dating website. The next time, she goes on a 5-day vacation and leaves her daughter with her abusive ex who she knew was leaving her young daughter with some random guys. Seems she keeps making the same mistakes getting into abusive relationships.
  • Loved

    5
    By Fhdhuhhj
    As real as it gets. You feel as if you are walking a mile in her shoes. Highly recommend.
  • Maid

    2
    By jackstadler1
    To me the book was whiney. Written by a member of the entitled generation. She talks about living at poverty level yet she’s been to Paris, graduated from college, had health care, had vehicles, and went on vacations. I don’t think she knows what poor really is. I grew up poor. And we weren’t even the poorest family in the neighborhood, and we all had it harder than this author. I know it’s not a contest. But I just couldn’t get the whiney tone out of my head. It was an okay ready. Not great, not awful, real whiney. Just my opinion.
  • Maid

    1
    By Jwalczuk
    This book was irritating....a 28 year old woman gets pregnant by an abusive man, continues to live with him, goes on public assistance, works her way to a decent living, gets lonely, starts living with another loser, repeats the same mistakes, all the while complaining about the system. Well written but the character was unsympathetic. My opinion, and everybody has one.

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