A Home Management System that Works

I’m very excited to be sharing my review on author Kayse Pratt’s new book, “Getting it Together; Your Guide to Setting up a Home Management System that Works”.

Thank you, Kayse, for the opportunity to read an advance copy of your wonderful book and share about it with my readers.

I’m not an organized person by nature. I like the idea of being organized. I like going to the store at the beginning of a new year and getting a brand new calendar, and I like to plan meals and write grocery lists. I even like setting up chore charts. But, when it comes to implementing a new organization system I struggle with consistency. I get overwhelmed.

However, I’ve come to a point in my life where I really need to get this area of my life under control.  Kayse’s book came at just the right time for me.  She shares her Home Management Notebook system and how you can easily put one together for yourself. Not only is it easy, it’s very affordable. In fact, you might already have all the supplies you need.

Kayse shows you step-by-step how to customize and glam up your notebook.  She also includes over 30 printables for your use. Imagine, everything you to run your home in one spot. Meal planning, the family calendar, information for your babysitter, restaurant take out information, financial records and more.

After reading through Kayse’s book I’m excited, not overwhelmed.  If you’re looking to make some changes in the running of your home, I encourage you to check out Kayse’s book.  You can get it for only $3.99 or, if you subscribe to her new newsletter you can get a copy of it for FREE.  That’s right, FREE.

I often talk about being intentional. I highly reccomend Kayse’s book for anyone that wants to be intentional and get on track.

Are you ready to get it together?  Click here.

 

I received a free copy of  “Getting it Together; Your Guide to Setting up a Home Management System that Works” for review. I was not compensated, and these opinions are my own.

{Especially for Weary Moms} 3 Ways You Can Be an Intentional Mom

One of the most important lessons I’ve learned as a mom is that I need to be intentional- in everything.

Parenthood is a high calling. It isn’t just a job, or just a responsibility. It’s a sacred gift from God, no matter how we became parents.

Whether you planned for your children or not, or whether you adopted your kids or you’re raising foster kids; each one is created in God’s image and has a special purpose for his or her life.

Join me over at “More to Be” for the rest, won’t you?

 

 

No Stress To Do List (Free Printable)

If you’re like me and most of the women in America,  you place a lot of unrealistic expectations on yourself, especially this time of year.

In the interest of sanity for women everywhere I present you with a to-do list that will encourage you to separate the “need to do’s” from the “would be nice to do’s”

Download it here: No Stress To Do List.

 

 

Merry Christmas!

Our Advent Calendar

Today I’m joining my sweet friend, Jennifer, of
Studio JRU for her Creative Christmas Series.

Advent calendar, homemade Advent Calendar

A few years ago i was looking for a new way to honor the advent season. The kids had done the supermarket advent calendars with
the anticipated piece of chocolate behind each door, but i was ready for something that the whole family could take part in.
Read the rest, here.

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