Friday, January 31, 2014

12 Steps To Becoming A More Organized Woman

12 Steps To Becoming A More Organized Woman: Practical Tips For Managing Your Home AND Your Family is a revised and edited version of an earlier book written by Lane P. Jordan. Following the outline of Proverbs 31, Lane Jordan provides women of all ages with hundreds of time-saving tips and biblical advice on how to organize, manage, and balance their life and family roles.
• Includes practical hints on household and family management, plus tips on reaching out to the needy in the church and community, and developing a rich spiritual life.
• Discussion questions follow each chapter for group or individual use.
• An excellent resource for a Bible study or small group. 

My Review: I confess that I am more of a "Wannabe" than I am a truly organized person, so I was excited to be offered a chance to review this book. Am I reformed? No. But, I did find lots of useful, practical tips to help me become better organized. Divided into 12 easy to manage chapters, each provides several ideas to help you get more in balance and to eliminate being overwhelmed by it all. This is not a book that you just read and immediately make all the right changes; I see it more as a reference book I can use to help me implement the changes I want to make. I did not become unorganized in a few days, so I don't expect immediate results.

This is also a very good book to read as a small group or book club. At the end of each chapter there is a Scripture verse that is encouraging, questions that you can ask yourself---but would be terrific as a discussion with others, and it ends with Personal Application. Some of the suggestions are things I already do (or...have "planned" on doing), but I did find several ideas that I want to make part of my routine. More than just a quick-fix, this book can help you make a practical lifestyle change to become a much more organized woman.

Lane Powell Jordan, Author, National Speaker, Bible teacher, Recording Artist and Professional Life Coach, was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. One of seven children, she enjoyed gymnastics, cheerleading, scouting and piano. She is the former associate producer for Charles Stanley’s In Touch program.

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This book was made available to me by CWA Review Crew in exchange for an honest opinion.

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