I really liked this book. I actually skimmed through it in an afternoon and went back and reviewed certain chapters over the next week. I liked her flow with the cleaning and felt that her suggestions were completely doable for daily tasks. The only thing I didn't like is that I am guessing by the the time you get to #30 on the list you may feel the need to go back and redo #2. (just an example). Now that I have the list all written out and the author helpfully divided each by rooms I think I may just take a day and work through each room. (After the kids are back in school :))
The Mary parts of this book were great for me. If you haven't figured out I'm more on the Martha spectrum, so being reminded there is a whole different perspective on things is always good. Taking 10 minutes a day to regroup on the "big picture", staying focused on just 6 things a day to work towards and working towards having the fruits of the spirit most evident in our house are great challenges I am excited to implement now.
I think this book is a great resource for any wife/mom trying to turn home or "pit stop" into a haven where people can feel relaxed, welcomed and over all rested.