This week, BundleoftheWeek.com is bringing back their most popular bundles from the first quarter for special 24-hour flash sales! Now’s your chance to get the bundles you missed at an amazing discount of 75-90% off each collection. Today’s flash sale just happens to include my ebook, Pulling Yourself Together: Implementing a Cleaning Routine that Sticks! Grab it today because it’ll be gone tomorrow…
In the scheme of things a cleaning routine can seem trivial, but without one your home can get out of control in a hurry. My hope is to help you gain control over your clutter and start with a fresh approach to cleaning your home. The tried and true methods and techniques I provide are sure to help you pull yourself together in a hurry.
Pulling Yourself Together: Implementing a Cleaning Routine that Sticks
What do you get when you purchase Pulling Yourself Together: Implementing a Cleaning Routine that Sticks?
Five Chapters sure get your home and routine in order:
The chapters have spots to write in thoughts and ideas and ways you’ll implement what you’ve read in your own home.
Here’s a sneak peek at Chapter Two:
Of course a Clean Mama eBook includes great printables!
Clutter and chaos taking over your life? Ready to start Pulling Yourself Together? This is a color PDF eBook (instant download) that you can print out (recommended method), read on your computer screen, or your iPad or tablet. I know you’ll love the methods of de-cluttering your home and the simplification of a cleaning routine that this ebook will provide. Priced at just $10, it’s an inexpensive way for you to put some order in your life.
As far as announcements go this one is big for me and I just know that it will be the an integral part of some real and tangible changes for you. I know how it is to be busy and to not know where to even start. I wanted to share some things with you to make your life easier. If you’ve been hanging around here for any length of time, I share a free monthly cleaning routine checklist and picture reminders via Facebook and Twitter, but that doesn’t always seem to be enough. I’ve had so many of you asking for more ideas and help with implementation.