The diary of a nagging wife by Donna Mensah #BlogTour @rararesources #PublicationDay

Donna Mensah author of The Diary of the nagging wife joins me today to tell about juggling life on my stop on Blog Tour.

Thank you to organiser Rachel Gilby for inviting me to take part

A hilarious story of the ups and downs of a overtired and overworked mother, two needy children and an overbearing husband the perfect laugh-out-loud story
The diary of a nagging wife is a hilarious journey of the up’s and downs of the life of Annie a 39-year-old mother to a chatty toddler and a newborn, going from a high roller financial manager to being boggled down with two children is no easy picnic, throw in an overbearing obnoxious husband to the mix equals a disaster. Written in the form of a diary, join Annie as she begins to wonder whether there is more to life than swollen breasts and picking up her husbands dirty laundry from of the floor. Can Annie truly figure out what she wants from her life?



Why juggling everything at once seems so hard to do?


I must admit, I am the perfect juggler. I juggle so well, that even Zippo the circus would be impressed and so many of us all do on a daily basis. Whether juggling dropping the kids of on the school run, even though we barely have enough time to get them ready and out through the front door, we still manage to get it done. Although, we quickly brush our teeth, and splash some water over our faces and attempt to put a comb through our half matted half combed hair, and then zoom out of the front door faster than speedy Gonzales, we still get the job done. Then there is the housework, the cooking, the cleaning, working part-time or full -time hours, being a stay at home parent, having zero sleep, waking up then doing the whole thing all over again. Life is no picnic and it’s definitely not an easy job, but somebody’s got to do it  and unfortunately, that somebody has to be me. And then there’s the kids. There is always something that they want or need, like the other day when they both told me that they were bored and hungry. I’m still left wondering how they could quite possibly be bored and hungry all at the same time. It’s mind boggling. I think my kids think I’m a robot, and that I can create an adventurous day out, every single week, plus weekend and then, create a gourmet meal of their choice every day of the week. It’s never ending, and after a week’s worth of juggling and being mind boggled by the kids. I think it’s safe to say that I am completely juggled out. Zippo the Circus is a walk in the park compared to this Juggler.
Written by Donna Mensah

Purchase Links

US – https://www.amazon.com/diary-nagging-wife-Donna-Mensah-ebook/dp/B0921P692K/

UK – https://www.amazon.co.uk/diary-nagging-wife-Donna-Mensah-ebook/dp/B0921P692K/ 

Author Bio

Donna Mensah is a author of the new novel ‘The diary of a nagging wife’
Donna is a women’s fiction writer and her writing is know for it’s humor and will often have you convulsing with laughter from the moment you pick it up.

Donna started her career as a singer and songwriter, so her passion for writing was already evident, however a twist of fate, allowed her to take a different route into the world of book writing and she hasn’t looked back since.
Donna lives and works out of her home in Waltham Abbey, Essex with her husband and two children. 

Social Media Links Instagram

@donnamensahauthor

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