FINAL CHANCE for Kindle Giveaway & Spring Clean eBundle

Today is the last day to enter to win a Kindle and to get your Spring Clean Your Home & Heart eBundle for just $14.74!

I’ve been reading through the books in this eBundle and let me tell you, there are so many fabulous resources. I absolutely love all of the books but I’ll highlight just a few of my current favorites:

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For starters, if you want to organize your home, this is the perfect bundle to help you do that! My own book Chaos to Clutter-Free is in there and Becky Mansfield from Your Modern Family has included her brand new book Freed from Clutter as well!


The Simplify Your Wardrobe video course alone is a $39.99 value. That’s like buying the video course for 60% off plus getting 19 other great resources to go with it for FREE!

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I just read A Gentle Answer last weekend and it was so soothing to my weary, wintered spirit. I’m already noticing a difference in my response to how I react to my children when they make – and then fight over – their messes. And they’re already noticing a difference in me, too.

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The Good Wife’s Guide by Darlene Schacht of Time-Warp Wife is powerful. I’m slowly working my way through this one because it provides a lot of food for thought that should be absorbed, not rushed through. (Also, I have the same dress the girl on the cover is wearing and my kitchen is blue – isn’t that fun?!)

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I took a sneak peek at Putting on the Spirit by Katie Horner as well as Spring into God’s Word by Mandy Kelly, and WOW I cannot wait to read them thoroughly! I’m making myself hold back so I can slowly saver the inspiring messages this spring.


Tell Your Time is an absolute must read for busy moms! It’s short and sweet, and like the author Amy Lynn Andrews says, “What if you could change your life in 30 pages? And for less than the price of a fancy coffee?” Don’t skip this book – you’ll be so glad you read it!


So what are you waiting for?! Go enter to win a Kindle and purchase your Spring Clean Your Home & Heart eBundle now – hurry because it all goes away at 11:59pm EST tonight (Sat. 3/7/2015).

For those of you who have read some of the bundle books, which one is your favorite?

Time is running out

Kindle Giveaway & Spring Clean eBundle

Many of us do a little spring cleaning in our homes, but have you considered that sometimes our hearts could also use a little freshening up? As we near the end of a long, dreary winter, it’s time to fling open the curtains so we can welcome the light and warmth back into our homes and our hearts.

And just like a breath of fresh air coming through the open windows, the incredible sale I want to tell you about will help infuse life directly into your heart and home.

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From video courses to organization guides to fun printables, this spectacular eBundle is sure to have you feeling motivated and inspired as you spring clean.

Plus, 20% of these resources are absolutely brand new so you’ll be among the first to experience them! And with top authors like Darlene Schacht, Amy Lynn Andrews, Mary Clendenin, and many more, this is one amazing deal you won’t want to miss.

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The best part is you can give away any books you’ve already read or don’t want to keep so that you can bless your friends with fun, frugal gifts throughout the year!

Except, that may not actually be the best part, at least for my readers.

The real best part may be that I’m giving away a Kindle Paper White or Kindle Fire this week and this winner gets to choose which one they want! This will be absolutely perfect for when you’re reading the books from your Spring Clean eBundle!


So many amazing resources. An incredible deal. See all the details here. Then come back to this post to enter the giveaway below!* (Blog subscribers, you may have to click over to the blog to view the giveaway form.)

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The Absolute Best Business & Finance Books for Moms

Fear gripped our hearts as we held hands and tried to figure out what we were going to do. Without a dime in savings, my husband and I had both lost our jobs that afternoon. We’d celebrated my 20th birthday just weeks before and I was due to deliver our first baby in less than two months.

With no job prospects in sight, we made a rapid decision to open our own business right away instead of waiting several years like we’d originally planned.

In order to succeed though, we needed to learn a lot about finances. And I do mean a lot. From budgeting to business ownership to handling endless taxes, we quickly learned that we were never going to succeed financially unless we became great managers of our money.


Those principles are true for everyone, not just business owners: we can either learn to control our money or our money will forever control us. And since those of us who struggle with keeping organized homes often struggle with keeping our finances organized, I want to share these fabulous resources that can help you get your financial clutter under control.

The Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey


Dave Ramsey’s The Total Money Makeover completely changed the way my husband and I view our finances. Like Ramsey says, we can either tell our money where to go or we can wonder where it went. I wish I could give a copy of this book to every person in America, but unfortunately I can’t, so head to your local library and borrow a copy of The Total Money Makeover.

Quitter: Closing the Gap Between Your Day Job and Your Dream Job by Jon Acuff


Jon Acuff asks, “What if you could go for broke without going broke? What if you could start today? What if you already have everything you need to begin?”

If you’re in a job you dislike or want to start a career that you love, then you will be able to learn from this incredibly inspiring, gut-wrenchingly honest book. Quitter is about using your current job position, regardless of where you’re working, to help propel you forward in life or your career.

Start: Punch Fear in the Face, Escape Average and Do Work That Matters by Jon Acuff


Do you want to do something amazing but are terrified to even try? Or maybe you’ve attempted achieving your dream but fear held you back from giving it your all. If so, then Start would be a fabulous book to read.

Entreleadership by Dave Ramsey


Just like a coach wouldn’t be without a playbook, a business owner shouldn’t be without a solid business manual. Entreleadership is that manual. From hiring (and firing) employees to making financial decisions and working towards business growth, this book covers just about everything a business owner needs to know in order to have a successful and thriving career.

My husband and I read much of Entreleadership together a couple of years ago and his company hasn’t been the same since (in a good way!).

Balanced by Tricia Goyer


In Balanced, Tricia Goyer shows moms how they can work from home and be present, engaged parents who thoroughly love and enjoy their children.

Tricia didn’t just stop at giving moms permission to work without guilt – she also offered practical tips for how to balance time wisely, how to keep the kids happy while getting through a busy work day, and how to disengage from work when it’s time to put the laptop away.

How to Blog for Profit Without Selling Your Soul by Ruth Soukup


If you’re a blogger, I highly recommend reading How to Blog for Profit! I read this book several months ago and immediately started implementing a few of Ruth’s tips. My readership multiplied tremendously within just the first few days and has been growing steadily ever since.

Do you have any favorite money management books? Which book on this list do you want to read?

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Inspiring Time Management Must-Reads

One thing I’ve noticed with my live declutter series is that many women want to clean their homes but they’re not sure how to fit organization in with their already busy schedules. I completely relate – it is not easy to wear all of the Mom hats AND add decluttering to the list!

That’s why I decided to put together this book list for you – while there is no magic button, the following books were really helpful to me when I needed to figure out how to make time for organization, and I think they’ll help you, too!


Tell Your Time by Amy Lynn Andrews


Short and sweet, this is a perfect starter book if you’re new to the time-management genre. Like Amy Lynn Andrews says, “What if you could change your life in 30 pages? And for less than the price of a fancy coffee?” Yes, yes, yes! Buy it now and read it today!

168 Hours: You Have More Time Than You Think by Laura Vanderkam


Laura tells her readers, “The way I see it, anything you do once a week happens enough to be important to you. This book is about where the time really goes, and how we can all use our time better.”

If you feel like you’re just too busy and don’t know what to do about it, then you must, must, must read this book! 168 Hours truly revolutionized the way I view my time and I haven’t been the same since (in a good way!).

28 Days to Timeliness: Tips and Confessions from a Semi-Reformed Late Person by Davonne Parks


This book is perfect for anyone who struggles with timeliness. Since I’m a semi-reformed late person, I get it – being on time is tough!

Complete with tips, quotes, embarrassing confessions, and funny success stories (pajama church, anyone?!),  28 Days to Timeliness is a refreshing balance between informative and inspiring, and will provide you with the knowledge and tools you need to begin your own journey towards timeliness.

{Special Note: 28 Days to Timeliness will go back up to $4.99 on February 1st, so get it now while it’s on sale!}

21 Days to A More Disciplined Life by Crystal Paine

21daysmoredisciplineThis book is like having a personal trainer for self discipline! I recommend 21 Days to a More Disciplined Life for anyone who wants to develop more discipline in their own life, for those who find themselves caught up in the comparison trap, or for people who (like me!) tend to come up with a fantastic plan, start out at 100 mph, then crash and burn after two days.

The simple chapters are very doable and wonderfully motivating to help the reader make a lasting change.

101 Time-Saving Tips for Busy Moms by Davonne Parks.


From beauty routines to meal preparation to cleaning and laundry, you’ll find tips in this book to simplify your daily approach. And, whether you’re a car-pooling working mom or a stay-at-home homeschooling mom, 101 Time-Saving Tips includes tips that are sure to benefit you, the busy mom.

Best of all, for a limited time only, 101 Time-Saving Tips for Busy Moms is FREE to my blog subscribers! Go here to sign up.

What fabulous time management books have I missed? Let us know in the comments! (Bloggers, feel free to leave a link to your own related book reviews in the comments.)