Check out Ida’s books!
The Sweet Life
Ida LeClair, the “funniest woman in Maine” and author of Finding Your Inner Moose, is back to show us all how to keep our relationships sweet, simple, and easy. In The Sweet Life, Ida offers a fresh view on love, marriage, and dating through a combination of sassy stories and serious advice. Whip-smart yet down-to-earth, the book strikes the perfect balance between humorous and hearfelt. Reading The Sweet Life: Ida LeClair’s Guide to Living the Sweet Life feels like talking to an old friend-one with great advice, plenty of experience, and a few great stories to boot.
“Forget Dr. Phil. Who needs an overpaid television talking head when Maine has Ida LeClair to straighten out all kinds of marriage problems?”
– Bushnell on Books
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Finding Your Inner Moose
Meet Ida LeClair, the funniest woman in Maine. Ida is also a newly minted “Certified Maine Life Guide” who wants to help you live a better, happier life. Ida is a lifelong resident of Mahoosuc Mills, a hard-to-find, but oh-so-familiar town in Western Maine, where she lives in a tidy and tastefully decorated double-wide with high school sweetheart Charlie and adorable dog Scamp. Most importantly, Ida is a daughter, sister, wife, and best friend who draws upon her experiences (as well as those of the noble and majestic moose) to offer practical and hilarious advice on relationships, physical fitness, stress, housecleaning, work, shopping, fun, and more. (If you are looking for impractical, woo-woo advice from a glammed-up, over-educated, fancy-schmancy life coach, just keep looking!)
In Finding Your Inner Moose: Ida LeClair’s Guide to Livin’ the Good Life, you’ll find sections such as: What Did I Do Wrong to Deserve this Turkey Gobbler Neck; How Many Points in Cabbage Soup?; I Can’t Die Today Because if Anyone Saw the State of my House I’d Just Die; Feng Shui-ing the Double Wide; Slaying Energy Vampires; Spousal Deafness. This book is 100% Ida, who, as her husband Charlie, often says, “just loves giving advice to people, whether they ask for it or not!”
“It is not every day that you find a humorous book that is also an honest-to-God self-help book, one that makes you laugh and learn at the same time. Finding Your Inner Moose is such a book.”
— A Good Eater
“George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) once said: “When a thing is funny, search it carefully for hidden truth,” and the wit and wisdom of Ida LeClair’s self-help book, Finding Your Inner Moose, is both funny and loaded with insight.”
— Bushnell on Books