Posted by: hugapoohlouise | August 24, 2011

Too Blessed To Be Stressed by Debora M. Coty

I am so excited this is my first blog tour book, I am hosting for Debora M. Coty and her book “Too Blessed to Be Stressed”.  What a great book to start off with too!

When this book first came up for review, I couldn’t wait to jump in the ring.  Who isn’t stressed in today’s world.  I am a mother of three little girls, I work supposedly part-time, I am a wife, I am a caretaker to my 84-year-old dad, I have two houses to maintain! I am stressed most of the time.  I feel as if I am constantly on the run and what usually suffers when we are too busy?  Our time with God.

Debora woke up one morning in her mid-forties and decided she needed to stop gripping about her appearance or do something about it.  This is her journey through mid-life crisis.  Too Blessed to be Stressed chronicles Debora’s midlife trip in humorous detail.  Here is the link for the Blog Tour with Litfuse Publicity Group.

About the Book:

Do your to do lists have footnotes? Has your fam suggested a rabies shot because your bite has surpassed Rover’s?

Maybe it’s time for a healthy dose of truth gift-wrapped in humor. With her own offbeat brand of wit and near-wisdom, inspirational humorist Debora Coty addresses the heart-needs of desperate women drowning in the churning everyday stress-pool of busyness.

In Too Blessed to Be Stressed, you’ll find simple, practical steps for attaining the peace that you crave as you struggle with the stresses of finances, health, career, relationships, self-image and family. You’ll discover healing, refreshment, and revitalization for your own spirit, body and mind through heart-changing real life stories, biblically based insights, and short chapters for on-the-run convenience.

Melissa’s  Musings:

“Too Blessed To Be Stressed” was an answer to prayer for me.  My life has way to much stress and I was so relieved to relate to someone else that has walked the path that I was attempting.  “Too Blessed To Be Stressed” is so easy to read.  Debora M. Coty breaks down the chapters in small servings so even a stressed out person can read and relate.  Each serving contains advice, edifying material and humor (which is great for stress).  Also included are personal stories that are actually helpful in dealing with stress.  As you relate to Debora’s stories you will find practical down to earth advice for dealing with stress in your everyday life.

I would recommend this book to anyone.  If you are a stressed out mother, caretaker, women this is the book you need to fit in your schedule.  If you don’t feel you have stress in your life at the moment this book would be a delightful read to prepare you for when the storms of life hit.

About the author:

Debora M. Coty is a humorist, columnist, speaker, writing workshop instructor and award-winning author of over 100 internationally published articles and ten inspirational books. She has also contributed short stories and devotionals to numerous anthologies. Debora’s passion is sharing her offbeat blend of humor and hope, wit and near-wisdom with women of all ages. As a piano teacher for twenty years, she acquired the skill of auditory long-suffering and has helped countless people as an occupational therapist specializing in orthopedics for over three decades. Mother of two grown children, Debora currently lives and loves in central Florida with her husband and desperately wicked pooch, Fenway.

To celebrate the release of her latest laugh-out-loud book, Debora Coty is hosting the Too Blessed to Be Stressed Giveaway!

Debora has lots of fun stuff going on for the launch of her book – be sure to check out Debora’s series of Stress-Buster videos at her website:   She is also hosting a photo caption contest on her blog for a chance to win a copy of “Too Blessed To Be Stressed.”

Debora is also hosting a fun KINDLE giveaway and Facebook party!

Wow! My first blog tour.  I really enjoyed it and I hope you did too.  Drop me a line and let me know if you’d like to see more.

Disclosure of Material Connection:  I have not received any compensation for writing this post.  I have no material connection to the brands, products, or services that I have mentioned.  I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endoresements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

Until Next Time,



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