EDIT (9:32am): GIDDY ALERT. Just popped over to Simple Mom and saw a photo I recognize (because I took it on my phone!). Super fun!
I bought a book last week on Amazon for $10.19. I rarely buy books. Why, you ask? Because you don’t like books? Or because you’re cheaper than cheap?
If you know me at all.
I have much to say about this book. MUCH. I read it in one day, then I immediately set out to put what I learned in action.
And it is CHANGING MY LIFE.
It’s called Organized Simplicity by a delightful gal named Tsh Oxenreider. And no, that’s not a typo. Her name is Tsh. And someone correct me if I’m wrong, but I’m assuming it’s pronounced Tish. I don’t know Tsh personally and have only read her blog a couple times here and there, but she’s friends with some people I know and LOVE (this gal in particular), and after reading her book, I officially like her very, very much.
I have a lot to say about this book. A lot a lot A LOT. And while it is merely a hair past 8pm as I type this, I am flat-out exhausted from putting it all into practice this weekend (with the help of my amazing girlies). So I will just post and post about it until I get it all out of my system.
I have other things in my system too. Haiti. Japan. Cambodia. And I’m afraid to say that whatever was clogging my proverbial drain has become unstuck and, like it or not, the words are about to flow.
Why I Love This Book In Two Short Sentences: You make a family purpose statement and then run all your junk/clutter/stuff/schedule, etc. through the filter of your family’s purpose. If it’s not helping you fulfill your purpose, say bye-bye.
Now tell me:
1. Have you read the book? What did you think?
2. Have you heard about the book? What have you heard?
3. Have you bought the book? What are you waiting for?