by Glynnis Whitwer
Combining spiritual encouragement and practical application, I Used to Be So Organized presents a balanced approach to finding order and peace for today's overwhelmed woman.
I Used to Be So Organized addresses the frustrations many women feel when they can't get a handle on their lives. They know, deep in their hearts, they should be able to manage things. After all, they used to be organized . . . ten or twenty years ago. But now, life seems to hand them one distraction and challenge after another, and "helpful technology" that just seems to add to the problem. Just when they think they have "caught up," something else changes, and there's more to be done.
In this book, Glynnis Whitwer addresses the issue of organization based in this new reality of information overload, overwhelming choices, increased expectations and technology advances that won't slow down. This book contains twenty-three chapters, each short enough for a busy woman to read during a lunch break. Chapters including:
- Welcome to the New Reality
- Taming Technology
- Understanding the Why of Your Organization Problem
- Focus on Being before Doing
Every aspect of life comes together in this one easy-to-read guide.
Glynnis Whitwer is one of the online devotional writers for Encouragement for Today with over 375,000 daily readers. She is on staff with Proverbs 31 Ministries as the editor of the P31 Woman Magazine. Glynnis also maintains two blogs: www.glynniswhitwer.com and www.HerOrganizedLife.com. She is the author of When Your Child is Hurting: Helping Your Kids Survive the Ups and Downs of Life (Harvest House, 2009), work@home: A Practical Guide for Women Who Want to Work from Home (New Hope, 2007) and co-author of a Bible study series entitled Kingdom Living (Ampelon, 2007). She has been a guest on Living the Life, Moody Midday Connection, and other programs. Her writings have been featured in publications by Guideposts, Focus on the Family, Moody Publishing, P31 Woman, and others. Glynnis, her husband, and their five children live in Glendale, Arizona.
". . . Whitwer brings up many hurdles women might face that you might not normally think of. Best of all, Whitwer approaches each topic in her book from the perspective of putting God first and getting your priorities straight."
—Reader of work@home
Dimensions (inches): 8.25 x 5.5
Weight (pounds): 0.55