How to get organized for real

Do you feel like your finances, schedule and even sometimes your thoughts are out of control?

Does the clutter and chaos in your home give you anxiety and stress when what you really long for is joy, peace and rest?

Do you feel like your family’s health and well-being are suffering due to your lack of organization?

Then you need to read this e-book:

Book-cover-low-resFor many years – heck, for most of my life – I tried desperately to keep my home and life organized. I’d do well for awhile then “fall off the wagon.” Things would pile up and my schedule would get out of control. I’d vow to do better next time. I would embark on another epic cleaning and organizing binge, and the cycle of struggling would begin all over again.

I finally decided there had to be a better, more consistent and less stressful way to live. So I got serious about finding organizing solutions that worked for chronically messy and busy moms like me.

I discovered that if I regularly practiced a few basic strategies in five key areas of organization, everything else in my life seemed to fall into relatively good order. I began to experience lasting joy and peace and I even started noticing that my home seemed more comfortable and my family was way happier, too.

I started sharing my tips with friends and family members and they encouraged me to write a book about them. So in an effort to help other people out there struggling like me to keep their crazy busy lives organized, I wrote “Organized for Real: How to Conquer Life’s Top 5 Chaos Hotspots.”

This super affordable e-book is jam-packed with helpful (and easily doable!) information. The best part? It is available for purchase now! I am so excited about this electronic book and I really believe it will be helpful for many of you. The principles in this book have changed my own life dramatically!

To get your copy of my e-book “Organized for Real: How to Conquer Life’s Top 5 Chaos Hotspots” and start creating the margin and beauty in your life that you crave, click the button below.

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18 Responses

  1. Joanne McMillen says:

    How can I order 5 books?

    • Susan says:

      Aw. That’s so sweet, Joanne. I’ll be sharing all the ordering details (plus an awesome coupon for my loyal readers) 😉 very soon, so stay tuned.

  2. So exciting! I can wait to hear your ideas! I’m always looking for effective ways to keep a lid on the clutter that creeps into all areas of life!

  3. Sharon says:

    LOVE that cover! So creative and clever. And I’m so excited for you!

    • Susan says:

      Thanks so much, Sharon. It has been quite a journey. And I’m still not at the finish line yet. But folks like you help motivate me to keep on going. 🙂

  4. Kirsten says:

    I will be looking forward to the release of this book! I can keep most of our home looking clean and organized, but the home office…no, wait, don’t open that door! Would be helpful to know what I need to keep in files and what’s a waste of time. Also, how to resist letting the papers pile up on my desk.

    • Susan says:

      The office can definitely become a hotspot for sure. I could probably write another whole book on just organizing the office, lol. Excited for you to read the book.

  5. Deborah says:

    I am so looking forward to this book! I need ideas on how to deal with overwhelming paperwork!

    • Susan says:

      Oh, Deborah. That paperwork has a tendency to drown us, if we’re not careful. Excited for you to read the book. I talk about getting control of paperwork in Chapter 4. 🙂

  6. Big Mega says:

    AW sis how fantastic! I can’t wait to read your book! It sounds so enticing! I know it’ll be a hit!

  7. Rachel M. Dow says:

    This sounds like the book I NEED! I am a Stay-at-home, homeschooling mom to 2 kids with a work-full-time-from-home husband and our house is in constant chaos!! I have made SMALL steps in getting some areas under control ( okay, just three: the bathrooms and the living room) but our bedrooms, hub’s office, kitchen/dinning(aka: homeschooling space) basement and family room are always falling apart! Can’t seem to simplify and control the chaos in the home no matter what I do, let alone in our VERY busy lives! HELP! (Thank you :o)

    • Susan says:

      Rachel, I can totally relate to how spaces seem to be in constant chaos when the whole fam is at home most of the day. My husband is a teacher, so in summer, we’re all here and it can often look like a wrecking ball came through. One of the biggest things I’m learning to save my sanity is to focus on one room a day as far as real cleaning … then making sure the whole fam does a 15-minute pick-up race at night to get the whole place back in some sort of order. Focusing on only one room and sort of purposely leaving the others alone until it is their designated day to be deep-cleaned keeps me from feeling like I’m running around in all directions, constantly cleaning and feeling like I’m make no progress. Excited for you to read the book! And thanks for the feedback.

  8. Nancy says:

    My hot spot is my sewing room….

  9. Beverly says:

    My craft room – what a disaster. I used to call it my “sanctuary”, but now it is a cluttered mess of things I don’t want to get rid of and projects that are not finished. Help!

  10. Cindy says:

    This is so exciting. Your cover is the best!! I have all kinds of clutter problems (haha) but paperwork has to be the worst — everything from newspaper ads to school papers to bank statements. I’m excited to buy (and promote!) your book. 🙂 xo

    • Susan says:

      That’s so sweet. Thanks, Cindy. If you knew what craziness went into photographing that cover, you would laugh so hard. I’ll have to tell you the story over coffee sometime.

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