Dana from A Slob Comes Clean is having a sale on her 28 Days To Hope For Your Home ebook – through September 10th, it’s on sale for $3.00 when you use code REALNEWYEAR! I’ve written about this book before; here’s what I said in February of this year:
…I’m not a slob. But, over the past few years, something about having children and working at home has caused me to form some bad habits. I used to keep a pretty pristine home, but over the past few years I’ve been barely getting by.
Barely getting by is nothing to be ashamed of – but for some of us, it is a source of stress. It’s having to run downstairs to the laundry room before getting dressed in the morning because you don’t have clean underwear. It’s dreading heading to the kitchen in the morning because you left all the dishes from the night before, and they’re crusted over.
It might even be looking in the full-of-dirty-dishes dishwasher to find spoons that are pretty-close-to-clean so that you can give them a quick rinse so your kids can eat breakfast.
But, in the past month, I’ve made some major progress in the area of staying on top of homekeeping. A huge part of that has been Nony The Slob’s 28 Days To Hope For Your Home…
In her 51-page ebook, Nony gives very basic, very easy to implement steps to taking control of your home. This is not Martha Stewart’s homekeeping manual or an organization encyclopedia. It’s a super easy-to-read book that gives you simple tasks to help you develop habits that will help you take control of your home.
It’s “not for the mildly disorganized”, but I have to admit that it was a great kick in the pants for me, even if I’m a relatively organized person. It’s helped me develop habits that don’t require a checklist, special binder, or timer to complete – it’s just common sense stuff that somehow I’ve slacked off on over the years.
I can honestly say that this ebook marked a turning point in my life. It’s not only helped me go to bed with the dishes done about 90% of the time, it’s also spurred me to create more good habits in other areas of my life. So, I can highly recommend this ebook if you need some encouragement in the area of developing good habits in homekeeping! (And I’m not just saying that because I make a few cents if you buy through my link. :)
Don’t forget, use code REALNEWYEAR to get this book for just $3.00 through September 10th!