Years ago, I learned that if I intend to have a productive day, I MUST NOT get on the computer before getting my day started. That means no drinking coffee or eating breakfast in front of the computer, no taking a “quick peek” at email, no promoting posts if I forgot to schedule them the night before. NOTHING.
But, yesterday, I sat down with my Greek yogurt and opened my computer and sat there…and sat there…and sat there…
My entire day ended up OFF TRACK. It was awful. Today, I refuse to end up there again.
I tell you this story because we all end up with off-track days from time to time, but if your life seems to always be off-track, then it’s time you did something about it! See those books up on that shelf? That’s where you start!
In my ebook (which is part of this sale), The Homemaker’s Guide to Creating the Perfect Schedule, I mention the fact that I cannot get on the computer first thing in the morning and have a productive day. I learned that about myself and adjusted my schedule accordingly. Had I tried to force myself into someone else’s schedule that perhaps included a morning time on the computer, I would have fallen flat on my face.
That’s why I am a fan of time management books…GOOD time management books. The really good ones teach you about YOU and how YOU work. They help you order a day that works. They help you order a day that glorifies a God who created order from nothing.
Oh, the mercy He must show me when I do things like wreck my day via the internet!
Today, I’m back on track. Praise God from Whom all Blessing flow!
Do you want to get back on track? Then, this set of ebooks can help!
Tell Your Time by Amy Lynn Andrews
Tell Your Time: How To Manage Your Schedule So You Can Live Free outlines Amy€™s straightforward, step-by-step approach to controlling your schedule and ensuring the important things don€™t fall through the cracks. It€™s short and to the point with no fluff or filler. This little ebook will help you accomplish not only what€™s on your to-do list today, but what€™s on your to-do list for life.
Honoring the Rhythm of Rest by Daniele Evans
In a culture where many of us are simply moving too fast and pausing less often for a break, for time off or for intentional rest, Daniele offers a better way. Honoring the Rhythm of Rest will encourage and equip you to understand the meaning of true rest; to ask of yourself ,€Am I living intense, or intentional?€; to counteract the myth of doing it all; to consider 3 intentional ways to practice rest; and to journey back from burnout!
28 Days to Timeliness by Davonne Parks
Two years ago, Davonne began working on becoming more timely, and she decided then that if she could ever figure out how to be on time, she€™d write a book about it. Throughout her journey, she discovered what makes some people late, tips and tricks other people use to be on time and how to enjoy freedom and spontaneity within boundaries as she made significant progress in her own life. In 28 Days to Timeliness, she shares 28 short, easy-to-read segments that take just a few minutes to go over each day with a practical course of action to help you be on time.
Creating a Schedule That Works by Marlene Griffith
In Creating a Schedule That Works, Marlene offers you the tools to help you create and implement a schedule that works for you and your life. Her simple, straight-forward approach shows you how to break your day into bite-sized pieces by scheduling four blocks of time in your day to help you meet the demands of your day-to-day life.
The Homemaker’s Guide to Creating the Perfect Schedule by Amy Roberts
With plenty of charts, printables, examples and links, The Homemaker’s Guide to Creating the Perfect Schedule includes step-by-step instructions for creating the perfect homemaking schedule as well as a bonus section on creating the perfect homeschooling schedule. Amy shows you how to work with your unique family dynamics, how to make a schedule stick, how to delegate chores and more!