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28 Days to Hope For Your Home

My super cool friend Nony, who you may know as "A Slob Comes Clean", has written an ebook on getting your home under control, 28 Days to Hope for Your Home.

I love the subtitle, "not for the mildly disorganized".

If you have read Nony's blog before, you know she encourages her readers with simple tasks that seem to come naturally to some, but are difficult for others: clearing the table after dinner, loading the dishwasher instead of leaving the dishes for tomorrow, throwing away junk mail, picking up dirty clothes, and, and, and... When these things are not habits, they can become so overwhelming that you just don't have the energy to tackle ANY of and it just gets worse.

... At least that's what I've heard. Ahem.

Here are some quotes from Nony to tell you more about the book:

Are you discouraged that your New Year’s Resolutions to get your home under control aren’t working out the way you hoped?

28 Days to Hope for Your Home is for people like me. People who dream of an orderly home, but truly don’t understand what happens in the three days between Party Ready and Disaster Status.

28 Days to Hope for Your Home is not a guide to getting your home completely organized in a month.  Based on the experience  I have gained during my personal deslobification process, this e-book is a guide to developing basic habits that other people seem to know (but people like us don’t).

Nony's 45+ page ebook is on sale for $4 through February ONLY. You know you have spent more than that on those organizing baskets at Walmart in the hopes that they would somehow make your home neater.

Go ahead! This is the perfect time to buy it! You'll have a more orderly home by the end of February!

*I am an affiliate for this ebook.

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