4 Terrific Ebooks to Help You Organize & Simplify
I’ve got some awesome ebooks to tell you about that I’ve recently had the pleasure of reading. They are all beautifully written with positive encouraging messages about time management, simplifying and organizing with regards to your home, your life and your blogging. I don’t often recommend ebooks but these four really impressed me. Let me tell you about them.
Amy discusses the pitfalls and principles of time management which are spot on. Learn and adapt the two principles listed and it will change your life, seriously. She then walks you through the steps required to create envelopes of time according to your determined purpose and priorities. She also includes the necessary printables to help you incorporate your life goals into your daily schedule. Awesome! Learn more
This 125 page ebook includes all the planning pages you need, including calendars and checklists, to create a household notebook to help you stay on top of things as a busy mom. A mom of six herself, Jessica really wants to help you succeed and shares the tips and tools you need to make it happen. I love that the forms included are customizable so you can tweak them to work perfectly for your life. Thanks Jessica! Learn more
Amazing! I devoured this ebook in the airport when I was traveling a couple of weeks ago. It is so well written and thoughtful with regards to the topic of growing a successful blog while keeping the other parts of life balanced. No easy task, that I know! Whether you are just starting out as a blogger or someone who has been at it for awhile, this ebook is for you. I was blown away by the depth of information in the pages of this book and highly recommend it. Rachel really challenged me in some of the areas I might be out of balance including dealing with email guilt. This one is a tough one for me but I am really encouraged by Rachel’s advice. Every blogger should read this book, you won’t be disappointed. Learn more
Joshua’s ebook has been out awhile but it’s one I refer back to over and over. Why? Because until I read Joshua’s book I didn’t define myself as a minimalist. I thought a minimalist was someone who owned less than 100 things and slept on the ground. That’s not me and it isn’t Joshua either and I love how he redefines this scary term and explains beautifully the benefits and principles for living what he terms “rational minimalism”. Joshua’s seven guiding principles will make you think differently about the stuff that controls your life and will challenge and motivate you to stop the chaos cycle brought on by consumerism and clutter. An excellent read. Learn more
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