In her latest book, Kay walks readers through 30 days (a Soul30) of practicing thankfulness, kindness, and mercy. Using short, digestible chapters full of practical application through these life-infusing practices, she gently turns the reader from discord toward peace, and the dignity and worth of every human being, including the one in the mirror.
I promise after reading this entertaining and inspiring book, your heart will be re-conditioned, and everyone within your reach, and the sound of your voice, should prepare to be blessed.
When you change your gaze, when you choose to respond to life redemptively, your brain changes, your heart changes, and the world around you heals a little. Our world needs this message.
These practices invite humility and compassion and they open our hearts to experience humanity through the realization that we are all the same—people of great value and dignity.
Is anyone a fan of feeling overwhelmed? Life’s pressures, expectations and circumstances steal more than they give. We can call it out and call it quits – overwhelm being overwhelmed with truth! Because, even though feeling overwhelmed has become the new normal – it does not have to own us.
This book is a breath of fresh air. Kay Wyma’s humor, honesty, and insight will inspire and encourage you to make some very good trades.
–Sandra Stanley, North Point Ministries
In Not the Boss of Us [Kay] shoves the overwhelming threats around us back into the shadows and allows us to embrace freedom.
–Elisa Morgan, speaker; author of The Prayer Coin; president emerita of MOPS International
The Wyma family’s year-long experiment to dispel the sense of entitlement that permeates society from their home. With humor and wisdom, Kay shares successes, failures, and practical ideas from the trenches.
“Cleaning House is both a beautifully told story and a practical guide to parenting in today’s complex world.”
“With unique creativity and wry humor, this sensible, determined mom herds her five distinctly different offspring into an acute lifestyle change; namely, learning to master the inevitable demands of life.… With ‘a spoonful of sugar,’ Cleaning House cools the dangerous ‘me first’ fever weakening our American culture.”
In her warm, relatable style, Kay Wills Wyma confronts the comparison epidemic raging in our homes, our neighborhoods, and our social-media feeds, offering remedies along the way.
“Victims of comparison drive-bys litter the Internet. There are virtual warehouses of new ways to covet your neighbor’s home, decorating skills, summer vacation plans, or Pinterest-perfect kids’ birthday parties. In this paralyzing culture of obsessive comparisons, this book is the detox we all need.
Kay Wyma hit a home run on the Focus on the Family radio program when she talked about ways moms can combat the entitlement mentality in their kids. In her new book, she scores another hit with an insightful discussion of the pitfalls of comparing your life to others, especially through social media. Her advice is timely and relevant.