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
In my eBook, 28 Days to Timeliness, I discussed the importance of creating and maintaining a clean home. After all, if we’re searching for our keys, jackets, phones, and shoes ten minutes after we should have left, then it’s difficult to be on time. One of my favorite cleaning books is Sarah Mae’s eBook, 31 … Read More about Book Review: 31 Days to Clean
“Time = life; therefore, waste your time and waste your life, or master your time and master your life.” Alan Lakein Each day of 28 Days to Timeliness begins with a quote. The above quote is on Day 2: Take Responsibility. View the complete Table of Contents to read each day’s topic.
As I have been paying attention to when and why we are late and learning to recognize patterns so that we can correct the issues, one thing I’ve noticed is that we were constantly searching for the same items. Where was the last place Lily read her Bible? Why can’t we find Grace’s church notebook? … Read More about Sneak Peek: Grab It and Go