Note: The photos in this post were taken at a local frozen yogurt shop the day my first book released. I wanted to write a book for a long time, but I was too busy, too scared, too tired, too something. I read books about writing, researched articles, thought, and gleaned all of the wisdom … Read More about Seven Things I’ve Learned About Writing A Book
Today is my first ever book launch day and I am very excited to officially introduce my brand new eBook – 28 Days to Timeliness: Tips and Confessions from a Semi-Reformed Late Person is now available! Please help spread the word by telling all of your friends! You can choose your preferred reading method below. … Read More about 28 Days to Timeliness: Book Launch!
If you can’t find your keys, shoes, jacket, or wallet because they’re buried under a pile of clutter, then chances are you’re going to be late. If you shove your mess into closets and under beds on a regular basis before company arrives, then you likely have too much stuff. When you run to the … Read More about Sneak Peek: Declutter Your Home
Late people aren’t just late to school, work, or church. We also have overdue library books, we receive late fees on bills, we send out belated birthday cards, and we don’t use items in the fridge before they expire. There are things we can do to help with these problems. Keep borrowed items in one … Read More about Sneak Peek: Timeliness Isn’t Just About Being On Time
In 28 Days to Timeliness, I confessed that I love to stay in pj’s all day when I’m not going anywhere. It was so bad that when I decided to start getting dressed every morning, my three year old daughter Grace would ask, “Mom, are you going anywhere?” In fact, our new routine is new … Read More about Book Review: Frumps to Pumps