Tis the Season… to Feel Overwhelmed!

Joy-betteChristmas is coming!  And “Santa” isn’t the only one making a list and checking it twice.

  • Christmas cards to sign, address and mail
  • Gifts to find or make within a very limited budget
  • Food to plan and prepare
  • Cleaning – (too late to organize and put away everything – may have to hide some)
  • Decorating

It was a great time to receive a copy of Overwhelmed – a book with unique perspectives and tips to conquer much of what is too much in our lives. When I find a good thing, I love to share it with my friends and family. Here is my take on the project (because it is more than just a book), and below – a special deal that runs through the month of December.

 

overwhelmedClutter – be it things, commitments, worries, projects, or goals constricts our life borders and hems us in, consuming and controlling us — making us feel overwhelmed. When I am feeling mentally or emotionally overwhelmed, decisions and commitments loom bigger than life because I want to (or feel obligated to) do them all. Kathy Lipp and Cheri Gregory convincingly empower people like me as the only ones who can free ourselves from all that would overwhelm and consume us.

 

 

Personalized keys/hacks/tips follow brief quizzes that help the reader identify areas of need. Every chapter in Overwhelmed produced a series of Yep, that’s me and Why didn’t I think of that moments. It’s a survival guide of sisters who have been there.

I greatly respect survivors, and am grateful to learn from their experience. Some early benefits (I’m two-thirds through the book) are clarity and control of my calendar, goals and to-do lists.

The difference is I can more clearly see where I need to say no, prioritize relational time, schedule realistic time for editing, and where I need to focus a little more attention to finish something so the open-ended chaos no longer overwhelms me.

I feel like I’ve changed my de-cluttering wardrobe from slippers to boots with spurs. Overwhelmed is my clutter rodeo – training me to identify and rope in what is important to keep and release the rest.

overwhelmedfreebiesI strongly recommend Overwhelmed and this great deal

Order Overwhelmed: How to Quiet the Choas and Restore Your Sanity today and get digital downloads of 5 of Kathi’s most popular books!

  • What’s for Dinner
  • Me Project
  • Get Yourself Organized Project
  • Get Yourself Organized for Christmas
  • The Cure for the “Perfect” Life

and a Completely Customizable Planner!

 

Offer only through December 31, 2016!

 

Use this link for connection to your favorite online bookstore and fill out the form to get your free material

 I honestly believe you will be glad you did.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About Delores Liesner

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