Time Management Ebook Bundle {A Must For Busy Moms} Only $7.40

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Running a household, caring for children and still finding time to pursue your passions is not an easy task…believe me, as a mom of 4 who works full time, I’ve spent more time than I’d like to admit running around like a chicken with its head cut off!  Thankfully, there is an awesome ebook bundle that is designed to give you the tools to make the most of the 24 hours you’re given each day. Discover tips for creating schedules and routines, the importance of rest, strategies to help you be on time and more!

Plus, this week only, this bundle is almost 60% off!

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!

The Time Management for Families bundle is only available through 8am EST on Monday, 6/24. Get yours today:


Time Saving Tuesday: Make It Easy for Your Kids to Get Dressed Quickly

Time is a hot commodity and for many of us, it seems like there is not enough of it! As a busy mom of 4, I’m always looking for time saving tips and tricks…and I know many of you are too! So I’m starting Time Saving Tuesday, a weekly post for all of us to link up our best time saving tips and tricks.

Getting 4 kids fed, dressed, and out the door with lunches in hand can be a major challenge.  Our biggest challenge used to be getting the twins dressed.  If I picked out clothes, our little princess wanted to wear something different.  If she picked out clothes, it could take forever…and in the process, everything she owns would end up on the bedroom floor.  Our little boy will wear anything, he just doesn’t want to have to pick it out.  After many mornings of struggling, I came up with a plan that has revolutionized our mornings.  I pack full outfits in gallon size Ziploc bags.

Each bag includes socks, underwear, pants and a shirt (or it might include socks, underwear, leggings, a skirt, and a shirt).   I include everything but shoes.  This has 2 benefits.  It keeps your kids from wearing the same 2 outfits over and over again and it allows them to have a choice in what they’re wearing without the hassle of a messy room (or a stressed out mom).  If you have more tops than bottoms (like we do in our house), once you’ve exhausted your pants options, just put a top in a bag with undies and socks and after your kids have worn all of this weeks outfits, wash their pants and add them to the bags you have waiting. At any given time, I usually have 3-5 bags with full outfits and 4 or 5 bags with undies, socks and a shirt.

Sometimes I let my daughter help me pick out what goes into each Ziploc bag and sometimes I do all the packing myself, but either way it saves us a ton of time!

Do you have a time-saving trick that make a difference in your family. Please share it in the comments or if you’ve blogged about it, please add your post to the linky!