Thursday, February 9, 2012

Book Review: One Bite At A Time

I know, I've talked about One Bite At A Time before, but I just can't let it rest. I'm moving through the book rapidly, excited about how organized my life is becoming.

I started out with Projects 1, 3, 4, 11, 12, 13, 19, 39, and 47. These tasks center around more organized home management. I can't tell you how relaxed our mornings are, or how satisfied I feel before hitting the hay at night. With a Morning Routine, an Evening Routine, and Cleaning As You Go etc., my seemingly-endless chores seem to take less time now, and I seem to get more satisfaction out of doing them. Love!

About three weeks ago we started into the Money-Management Projects, 2, 28, 40, and 48. And with a zero-based budget, sinking funds set up in ING and our cash envelopes at the ready, we began February with a lot more hope than we have most months in the past. We have a PLAN.

This plan, introduced by Tsh's book, led me to Dave Ramsey's site and all his quick little e-tools that helped me realize just how to pay off our debt. As a singer and substitute teacher, I receive irregular income and February has already brought me four small checks. But each deposit into our bank account (rather than into my "coffee fund") has made me more excited for the future.

This little gem of a book is only $5 and I just can't stop recommending it to everyone I know. It's the best $5 I have ever spent in my life. It's changed everything! I hope you'll give it a try. I know you won't be sorry!

Here's the link: click here to buy the e-book.

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