I Used to Be So Organized Giveaway with Glynnis Whitwer


Well now, doesn’t that cover say it all?

In fact, my friend Teri showed up at church a while back with two different shoes on, just like the frazzled woman in this picture.

Have you had life throw you an organizational loop?

Kids? An aging parent? A new job? A move? Newer, bigger house? Older, smaller house?

I’m sure many of you often think, “What happened? I used to have it more together than this.”

Enter my friend Glynnis Whitwer to the rescue.

Glynnis’ newest book, I Used to Be So Organized addresses the frustrations many women feel when they can’t handle their lives.  They know, deep in their hearts, they should be able to manage things.  After all, they used to be organized…five, ten or twenty years ago.

But now, life seems to hand them one distraction and challenge after another.

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.  This book contains 23 chapters, each short enough for a busy woman to read during a lunch break or a child’s naptime.

Every aspect of your busy life comes together in this one easy-to-read guide. (And I was honored to get to write the forward to the book!)

If you’d like to be entered to win a copy of this brand new book, along with a $10.00 Target gift card to buy yourself somtehing organize-y (or a pair of shoes that actually match) leave us a comment here answering this question:

Which is more challenging for you—managing your time or organizing your “stuff”?

Or, is it a toss up and both throw you for a loop?

Have a wonderful weekend. Winner announced Monday.

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  • From the outside, it looks as though I’m so organized, but at home not so much. My home office is a mess. I work full-time and am also a consultant for one of the best direct sales companies out there. There is never enough time to become acclimated to facebook, which I need to better serve my clients. I’m also a procrastinator. I’m ready to change those life-long patterns with His help and your book as a guide. I’m sick and tired of being sick tired of the mess and total disorganization in my life.

  • I can manage things. However time its most difficult i am a recovering addict and well time was always just what it was time. I only had time for not good things so its been rough to find some me time. Yet i FIGHT to do so day after day its getting better (smile) continue to pray for ME!

  • I wish things could stay in there place I find I feel more at ease, but as most know when you have a family that uses items also they somehow don’t feel the need to put items back, but they always feel the need to ask you where they are when they are needed again. I love my family dearly but with there help I have to say being organized is the one thing that I will just have to long for.