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by Glynnis Whitwer


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Glynnis will help you finally strike that delicate balance between doing and being, all the while showing you how to put God and your loved ones first. you are in for a treat.

ISBN 978-089112-288-3. Glynnis will help you finally strike that delicate balance between doing and being, all the while showing you how to put God and your loved ones first. Turn the page and enjoy!

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Glynnis Whitwer is one of the online devotional writers for Encouragement for Today with over 375,000 daily readers. Glynnis is humble in the way she writes, and she speaks from her experiences, many of which I can relate to, being a mother of young children (I often feel disorganised, and anxious because of it). There are so many great tips - how to plan your weekly meals and grocery shop, minimising clutter, filing random papers, organising kids play spaces, and creating beautiful bedroom and bathroom spaces, to name a few.

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I Used to Be So Organized" addresses the frustrations many women feel when they can’t get a handle on their lives. They know, deep in their hearts, they should be able to manage things. After all, they used to be organized.

After all, they used to be organized. ten or twenty years ago. By now, life seems to hand them on distraction and challenge after another. This book contains 23 chapters, each short enough for a busy woman to read during a lunch break.

Combining spiritual encouragement and practical application I Used to Be So Organized presents a balanced approach to finding order and peace for today s overwhelmed woman.

I Used to Be So Organized addresses the frustrations many women feel when they can't get a handle on their lives. They know, deep in their hearts, they should be able to manage things. After all, they used to be organized . . . ten or twenty years ago. But now, life seems to hand them one distraction and challenge after another, and ''helpful technology'' that just seem to add to the problem. Just when they think they have ''caught up,'' something else changes, and there s more to be done.

In this book, Glynnis Whitwer addresses the issue of organization based in this new reality of information overload, overwhelming choices, increased expectations and technology advances that won t slow down. This book contains twenty-three chapters, each short enough for a busy woman to read during a lunch break. Every aspect of life comes together in this one easy-to-read guide.


Comments: (7)

Anayajurus
I found this book both encouraging and helpful. Still working on everything, but this is a good start. I plan to keep it for reference
Hallolan
This book is a very practical guide that I'm sure I will refer back to in the months and years to come. Glynnis is humble in the way she writes, and she speaks from her experiences, many of which I can relate to, being a mother of young children (I often feel disorganised, and anxious because of it). There are so many great tips - how to plan your weekly meals and grocery shop, minimising clutter, filing random papers, organising kids play spaces, and creating beautiful bedroom and bathroom spaces, to name a few. The foundation of her teaching is the Bible, and I was encouraged to be reminded that our value and significance do not come from being a superwoman, but from God and our dependence on him. I'd recommend this for sure - if the title of the book appeals to you in any way, I'm sure you will gain a lot of great tips, and be encouraged to make a fresh start on being more organised.
greatest
This book is truly like she looked into my life and wrote a book about it! It is a great tool for getting back on track in your life and home, but it is also a look into the "why" of being disorganized, which is so important to know. Once you recognize the factors that contribute to your chaos, you can begin to eliminate those things and refocus your tasks to match up to your goals. I am so thankful for this book!
fightnight
This book is a must read for every mom. I am a person who prides herself on being organized. Meet my family or friends and ask them to describe me--organized is what you will hear. However, my heart was troubled. I had guilt about always "doing" and not "being." Being present for my children, for my husband, for my life. This book taught me so much about how to balance life, prioritize, say "no", and to be a better mother, daughter, wife, sister, friend, etc. Valuable lessons you can apply to all aspects of your life and she states in time and time again in the book.....God is 1st!
Marelyne
I'm one of those women who seemed to have it all together. I'm a wife, mom, employee, life coach, fitness instructor and more. Prior to reading this book, I lived by my Blackberry and found joy in crossing items off of my to-do list. However, inside- there was a part of me that no one else saw-- I was overwhelmed and frazzled.

Through Glynnis Whitwer's transparency, I felt comfortable to let my guard down and just be real. Her approaches to time-management, organizing and living by our hearts' truest values took my life to a new level.

Although my responsibilities haven't changed, I've taken the wisdom from this book and created more of a system instead of a to-do list. I now approach my days like a project manager. The tips were so easy to apply to my life. I've saved time, sanity, money and energy. Now I'm able to be more patient with my family and to have true peace which allows me to hear the Holy Spirit's whispers throughout my day.

I highly recommend this book for the not-so-organized and the organized alike!
Cala
I appreciated her practical suggestions on how to organize your home, and time. She is coming from a Christian perspective when she speaks of prioritizing. The book has a few scriptures that correlate to her writings, I would have liked to see more scripture in the book, but she does do a very good job at helping you ask the right questions to get you going in the practical matters of organizing. The last chapters was the most heart convicting for me, and the most scripture saturated--she ended the book well.
FreandlyMan
I thought I would really love this book as the title was exactly what I was looking for -but it just never had the meat I was looking for
This is a Christian mom sharing sound advice about how to organize and create a system that works for you. She shares biblical foundations along with organizing info. Good read! Wish the reviews that I read would have mentioned the author was a Christian involved in Proverbs 31 ministry as I would have ordered this sooner.
I Used to Be So Organized: Help for Reclaiming Order and Peace download epub
Christian Living
Author: Glynnis Whitwer
ISBN: 0891122885
Category: Christian Books & Bibles
Subcategory: Christian Living
Language: English
Publisher: Leafwood Publishers (August 1, 2011)
Pages: 224 pages