I'm so impressed with the Fair Play handbook. Not only did Eve break down every task that a couple is responsible for, but she managed to create a system where dividing those tasks is fun, insightful, and gratifying. Her approach is filled with love, humor, wisdom, and the idea that if we can work together and acknowledge each other's strengths and weaknesses, we can build better, stronger, and longer-lasting relationships.
Fair Play is a game-changing guide to reclaiming more time in our lives by dividing domestic work in a deceptively simple new way. This system of dealing virtual 'cards' to share the work it takes to run a household is revolutionary and can help you succeed and truly thrive in all aspects of your life!
Fair Play gives us permission to create our own values that introduce equity into our households. Imagine what could be different about you, your relationships, and the world, if we collectively decided to play fair.
There are three 'people' in every busy relationship: Person A, Person B, and the system that governs them. When things feel overwhelming, most people point at themselves or their partner to explain it, but more often than not the system itself is the problem. This is brilliantly illustrated in Fair Play, where Eve Rodsky makes the existing system visible and provides a clear path to build a new one that enables readers to focus on what their family values most.
Fair Play is what every busy parent needs to shed resentment, move beyond blame, and reconnect with each other. By easing the home burdens and working collaboratively, parents will fi nd the key to a happier marriage and more family joy.
If your family is struggling to achieve a happy division of household labor, read this book. Fair Play offers practical tools for maximizing peace and minimizing resentment- while freeing up all parties to pursue.
[An] impressive debut. . . Couples searching for ways to better manage their families and achieve a balance of domestic work will benefit from Rodsky's actionable strategy
"Watch out for Eve Rodsky. Reese Witherspoon's media company, Hello Sunshine, has anointed her as the Marie Kondo of relationships, and we think they might be on to something